I have two heads
Where's the man, he's late
One burns, one's sky
Where's the man, he's late
I'm two headed one free one sticky

But is it freedom can burn?
Is sticky ever blue?
For instance where's my husband?

This is what I need why I can't stay
God, this is the devil too bad he's late
I love the smell of beer
The smell of dar, the feel of dark, to feel the rug
To press the rug beneath me
A small party

But is it sinners can burn?
I hear we let them speak
For instance where's my husband

If you're my husband I tell you something
Dance on the devil's roof
Under a devil's moon
I don't care and you don't move


Lyrics submitted by weezerific:cutlery

Devil's Roof song meanings
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    General CommentGreat interpretations. I think of it as a choice of being free and single but potentially lonely, and being in a relationship... with all that that entails. This doens't necessary contradicts stut's or thecrikster's interprestations.
    MamboManon February 22, 2012   Link

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