Oh a playful little kitten met a playful little bird,
and then off with its head, off with its head, oh my!

And a breeze met a blossom in a winter embrace,
and then off with its head, off with its head, oh my!

Am I outta my head? Am I outta my head my love?
Am I outta my head or is this real life?

Well you brought in me from the cold, babe,
for to sharpen up your nights,
and then off with my head, off with my head, oh my!

Once you taught me how to crawl,
and then you taught me how to cry,
and then off with my head, off with my head, oh my!

Am I outta my head? Am I outta my head my love?
Am I outta my head, or is this goodbye? (x6 to fade-out)


Lyrics submitted by roarke, edited by rev0lting

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  • +1
    General CommentI'm surprised there aren't more comments on this song. It's one of my favorite off of this album. I think it's about how seemingly innocuous situations can become incredibly painful and tragic just because the nature of life is a constant struggle, so one person (or animal) inevitably takes advantage of the other for their own gain. The sweet melody is a good contrast to the dark lyrics as well.
    fuddypantson August 06, 2008   Link
  • 0
    General CommentI agree with fuddypants.
    and this song is simply delightful in so many ways,
    and in my opinion the best one off of Transfiguration of Vincent.
    sarahhlovesyouon February 02, 2009   Link
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    My OpinionThe intro to this song is amazingly beautiful. It makes me feel so tranquil and whole.
    Fionnon December 30, 2009   Link
  • 0
    General CommentThis is anything that starts off good, maybe in a deceitful way, but then "off with my head".

    For me, typically enough, this is my former relationship.
    BashTheFashon October 05, 2009   Link
  • -1
    General Commentbelieve its "well you brought me from the cold bay for to sharpen up your nights"
    sounddon June 02, 2006   Link

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