Whimsical, a pen in motion, thoughts roll in my mind,
scamper by so quickly now an agile word would find,
well I tried to grasp an angel, saw her wings, and watched her fly
reality for mingling dreams to scurry back and get in line.

We ordered out for mindless dribble,
over used, half wit, ishkabibble,
corner store junkies giving advice
we ordered out for paradise.

A gallery, a pen in motion, a delightful line instead,
it's chivalry outranks commotion on the roads most common tread,
and on those boots, the clicking heels, the dreams, the angel starts to fly,
to masquerade the world's parade for only seconds at a time.

We ordered out for mindless dribble,
over used, half wit, ishkabibble,
corner store junkies giving advice
we ordered out for paradise.

Apple butter toast is nice,
envisioned on a third wind twice,
my fine breaded friend was denied by the vice,
And they missed the perfume.

In a native centered world, one picks the fruit right off the trees,
on a wild blue island in the deep blue seas,
beyond a paleocentric world with all our people shaped in threes,
the only way I get around is some mild insanity.

We ordered out for mindless dribble,
over used, half wit, ishkabibble,
corner store junkies giving advice
we ordered out for paradise.

Apple butter toast is nice,
envisioned on a third wind twice,
my fine breaded friend was denied by the vice,
and they missed the perfume.


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Mindless Dribble song meanings
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    General CommentI can't believe no one has written on any Bisco songs. I won't even try to go into detail about what all this nonsense could mean, but it is my favorite song by them They rock hard.
    leh0425on March 20, 2006   Link
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    General Commentyeah i agree with you but id have to disagree they dont rock hard they rave hard haha
    freakybiker1563on June 04, 2007   Link
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    General Commenti think its about eating acid, mostly because of "we ordered out for mindless dribble" and "we ordered out for paradise." whenever i have listened to the song i always hear we ordered out from ishkabibbles. which is a restaurant on south street across from the TLA, so maybe they new somebody that worked their delivering food who also sold acid.
    donkpealldeon November 16, 2008   Link
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    My OpinionThis is one of my favorite D.Biscuits songs to hear while peaking on the candyflip.It definately relates to tripping,not just the words, but also the changes in the music.
    nately1on December 21, 2008   Link

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