|Box Full O' Honey|
|song by Duran Duran|
|Released||19 November 2007 (Europe)|
13 November 2007 (USA)
|Music||Duran Duran, Hills|
Nate 'Danja' Hills
About the song
With lyrics written by Simon Le Bon, the song is an organic sounding track with emphasis on guitar and piano, with less synthesizer production.
"Box Full O' Honey" has an uptempo beat, featuring drum patterns that flow with changes in the arrangements to chorus and verse variations. The sound has an experimental feel with lyrics sung over fast new age beats.
Duran Duran are:
Box full o' honey At the sharp end of the view The edge of me and you And all good sense had tread no further And as the ghost will shiver trees How I'm trembling on my knees But I'm still drawn on by the murmur Are you laughing at me now In my circumstance When still I wear I your crown My life's penitence And for what What's so funny A box full o honey What I thought a pretty tune Was howling at the moon To keep me company this evening It's so lonely in the dirt A scratching at the hurt But I so generously did leave you Are you laughing at me now In my circumstance When still I wear I your crown Some cruel penitence for what What's so funny Box full o honey Is she flirting with me now Ohh Is she dallying with me now Ohh ohhh Are you flirting with me now You'll always be my queen of tumble down Miss melancholy Are you laughing at me now In my circumstance When still I wear I your crown And my life's a penitence And for what What's so funny Ain't it funny A box full o honey