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I saw you with Carini and that naked dude
I could not eat my food.

Lucy had a lovely head.
Lucy took a walk,
now Lucy's dead.

You told me of a secret place.
I saw it when I met you,
the walrus on your face.

Here we stand in shadows...

The thesis that you're writing os a load of shit,
But I'm glad you finally finished it.

He ran across the street and he called his dad-
Now you'll never get the raise you thought you had.

People were all screaming when they saw the lump.
Everyone was screaming when they saw the lump.

Here we stand in shadows...

...Instrumental...

Carini had a lumpy head x16

...Jam...

Carini had a lumpy head x15


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    General Commentthe "naked dude" show was 11-6-98 Madison, Wi with the those referential lyrics inserted for the first time 2 shows later @ UIC 11-8-98.....btw, it's "lucy had a LUMPY head", not LOVELY head.....and although it started as "agillah(sp?) scared the shit out of the ram (i think)" it's been changed over time to "carini scared the shit out of the rail" (as in the RAIL that seperates the stage from the front row)..
    THEOTHR1on July 05, 2009   Link
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    General Commentpete carini is one of their sound guys/bodyguard something. so its probably an inside joke about him. the first line "naked dude" part probably has reference to when a naked guy streaked across the stage during a show and carini had to tackle him, i forget the date though. carini is usually the guy who comes out to stop people when they get on stage.
    sean7711on March 10, 2003   Link
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    General Commentoh, and the chorus is not "here we stand in shadows" its something liek "the (animal) scared the shit out of the ram"
    sean7711on March 10, 2003   Link
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    General CommentHAHAHA!! YEEAH WISCONSIN
    mwznrs9on March 12, 2011   Link

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