From the dirty sex dictionary: Pegging: When a woman uses a strap-on dildo to anally penetrate a man.

Lots of broken and modified idioms and expressions in this one.
Repentin’ at leisure: Marry in haste, repent at leisure.
Come in out of the rain: To wake up to reality. but also an offer for someone to come inside/in to the dry/out of the storm/hardship.
Business and/or pleasure: A question when you check in to a hotel but also what a brothel offers/is.
Nice to feel you again: Nice to see you again.
Stiff conversation: Awkward conversation with a stranger. Stiff, stiffie, erection while conversing.
Maskin’ lurid thoughts: Putting on a poker face whilst thinking about sex.
The best laid plans: (of mice and men) oft come to nought. Taken from Robert Burns’ poem “To a Mouse”, which reads: “The best laid schemes o’ mice an’ men / Gang aft agley”. Laid, lay, sex.
Oft come to nought. The best schemes for getting laid often result in you not cumming/getting laid.

The pre chorus is straightforward and self explanatory, the male, tied and immobile, is not expecting a pegging. It is intersperced with (I think) a waggish comment such as “You only have to kiss me, to show how much you missed me!” and which alters during the song’s progression to explain the plight in more detail (if that is necessary) (“There is no need to fist me/piss on me”).

I decided on the hook/title “Peggy Sue” as it veils the true meaning of the song behind a same named and famous Buddy Holly song.
Interesting fact: I didn’t know what Peggy was short for and surprised when I discovered it was Margaret.
When I sang to Thomas’ melody the prechorus had gathered so much momemtum that I really couldn’t top it but, as it turned out, the vocal hook has integrated itself well with the guitar backing (which has the main role). The vocals simply convey the gasp of pain/relief during/after dildo/fist/anus penetration.

There’s nowt so queer as folk: There’s nothing as strange as people. Queer now commonly used for gay/bisexual.
Nudge, nudge. Wink, wink: A phrase spoken after a statement which emphasizes or points out a euphemistic underlying meaning or innuendo.
White’s the new black. “the new” phrases appear to be very fashionable in modern English. 50’s the new 30 (referring to age) or even “Hair is the new hat, brown is the new black” a Robbie William’s “Life Thru A Lense” lyric. White/Black, when viewed as skin colour, refer to role reversal. White man is the new slave. White man the new well endowed male.
Tickle me pink: To be extremely amused but, in this case, in a sardonic manner. Pink also continues the “colour” theme of the line.
Head to toe: From top to bottom. Completely.
A pro: A professional. A prostitute.
Each wish a command: Your wish is my command.
Closed brown eyes: Brown eyes in your head or the contracting (sphincter) brown eye (anus).
think of Eng(er)land: Close your eyes and think of England. Refers to alleged advice for wives in the 19th and early 20th centuries, placing unwanted sexual activity as the price of the security of marriage. The expression “Think of England” is now considered as distracting oneself with more pleasant thoughts but, originally, it was literally for the good of (the population) of England.

Rammin’ a square peg into a round hole. Square peg into a round hole: A misfit, especially a person unsuited for a position or activity. An idiom with a graphic image of something that can never fit refers to the woman’s large dildo and man’s clenched anus and the pain is reinforced with the line leading with “ramming”.
Who’s that screamin’: Is also applied when you yourself are surprised to hear your own voice involuntarily laughin’ or screaming.
Save our souls: Is stolen from the Sex Pistol’s/Ronnie Bigg’s “No One Is Innocent”: Save arse ‘oles.
Strapped on tight: Direct reference to “the strap-on” and also strapped i/on tight when you are about to embark on a roller-coaster ride or equally physically violent shaking.
White knuckle ride: A ride which has you in fear and terror that you grip so tightly to something, that the blood can’t flow and the knuckles turn white. A ride (coarse slang for sexual intercourse) which equally has you more in fear and pain than sexual pleasure and gratification.
Gives you an inch, feels like a mile: A reversal of the expression: Give ’em an inch and they’ll take a mile.

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