"Your Life as a Sequel" as written by and Kurt Wagner....
Should I know your place
And my place or undiscovered
Through a curtain or refinery
Not certain or temporary
I should be more considerate
Of the others on call
Is the day to day opportunity
That is my life
A beautiful case
Of the unspoiled race
Which can enter your race
Quite unknowing
For certain there are no
Real changes in the original
Outtakes of your life
As a sequel
Unsuccessful too
Dumb again
Walleyed and wounded
In the capital city
Under tense evaluation
Does that have anything to do with dissolving
My star has put my life
Under the greatest of scrutiny
A balancing place
Between your nose and your face
A consolidated center
Of learning
Making up offers
Of considerable cost
Which can enter your life
As a sequel


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    General CommentAlways thought the second line was "and my plays are undiscovered," tracing a sort of a stream-of-consciousness path from the place/plays homophone in the first line to the curtain reference in the following line. But given how inscrutable Lambchop lyrics can be, I guess it could be anything.

    Another typo: it should be "which can enter your life," not "race" again.
    darknessdescendson September 01, 2006   Link
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    General CommentAlways thought the second line was "and my plays are undiscovered," tracing a sort of a stream-of-consciousness path from the place/plays homophone in the first line to the curtain reference in the following line. But given how inscrutable Lambchop lyrics can be, I guess it could be anything.

    Another typo: it should be "which can enter your life," not "race" again.
    darknessdescendson September 01, 2006   Link

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