"Never To Be Found" as written by and Curtis Mathew Kirkwood....
We got road, we got time, so we're out of here
We got rows, we got rows as far as we can see
In the dust we can see your catastrophe
Shining dimly like a mud slick in the sun

Sparks fly from their eyes
Birds fly from their mouths
Echoing off this procession is a sound
Never to be found

With a tip of the hat we would exit here
Off you go with a pie on your face
Down the road we can see the electric chair
Who'll be the first? I don't know, it's a race.

With a drop of the fly we should exit here
Off you go with the crumbs on your face
One-eyed clown in the road with electric hair
At his best he's a total disgrace


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"Never to Be Found" as written by Curtis Mathew Kirkwood

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    General Commentyou people are all a bunch of frauds. go ahead and comment on the single off of too high to die (backwater) and the 3 or 4 songs nirvana covered. I hope you never listen to this fucking song in your miserable lives, because you're not even fucking worthy of it
    BrianWilsonisGodon January 30, 2006   Link
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    General CommentI like this song a lot, except I have no clue what this song is about. The lyrics are very... Kirkwoodish though.
    ernzoaon February 06, 2006   Link
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    General Commenti'd always thought it was "like a mudsnake". i think mudslick is right though. it's got loads of snapshots, but from one couplet to the next i'm not sure it has much of a coherent meaning. fucking cool though.
    Maybe something to do with "let's go, and take what comes". There's also a vague death by electric chair theme.
    azkmon May 12, 2007   Link
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    General CommentThe one-eyed clown in the road with electric hair is the archetypal GREAT PHALLUS. We are all dicks and we're a total disgrace.
    Dalitripheadon December 14, 2010   Link

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