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    Wink Coffee-laced

    I'm ill with the thought of your kiss
    Coffee-laced intoxicating on her lips
    Shut it out

    That is a part of the song 'Ashes and wine by a fine frenzy
    1) What is the meaning of 'coffee-laced' in the above?
    2) Is 'coffee-laced' modifying 'your kiss' ?
    3) What is the meaning of 'shut it out' in the above?
    Thanks in advance.

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    Re: Coffee-laced

    coffee-laced = she, who has just kissed/been kissed, had been drinking coffee, traces of which remain on her lips.

    Shut it out- probably means blank it out, forget it.

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