"Red, White, & Blonde" as written by and Adam/logan Drucker....
After all...
No one has to hatch these days....

since eating ones own shell is so depressing
Scowering your liquid rhine for those first few vitamins

all To euthanize the yolk slicked white horse you rode in on
To stand and wipe the blue birth blood from your eyes alone

No one spits up mothers milk at 21
Wearing their umbilical cord outside their clothing
At a highschool dance or sits
Brushing the blue birth blood from their hair at 30something

These are the days of anyone being blonde
The days of mind convincing and the god/luck medium

a time of gold and uncertainty
Noise and expensive genetic victory

The proper time for bright black clothes and last ditch diets

The information age and all its molecular pimping

These are salutations
From a nebulous and smoking 90's
Base anthems of an American cancer soiciety
Cold Fork and fuel of the terrible great nothing much

Lyrics submitted by Jinx

"Red, White & Blonde" as written by Alexander Wesley Kort Dax Pierson

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  • +1
    General Commentfavrite subtle song ever. i hope more people discorver and comment them soon.
    nettieon December 18, 2006   Link
  • +1
    General CommentI can't even pretend to understand 90% of Dose's lyrics. But... it is always entertaining to try... and this song is a little more approachable than most.

    To me, this song is a critique of mainstream American culture. Trying to intellectually blossom in a shallow, hollow, land of denial.
    I dunno. It is definitely a time for bling and blong and noise and haircuts and fashionably lying to oneself.
    hipster_detrituson February 12, 2007   Link
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    General CommentI'm kind of thinking that given their live performance with all of its objects and this character who is "hollow" inside that what hipster said is probably applicable to the entire album. Listen to it all (and this song especially) with the capitalistic materialistic lying America theme (forked tongues) in mind.
    jamesanth10on April 10, 2007   Link
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    General Commentcrazy fucking lyrics, and an amazing song! i agree with hipster, and I think it's also about our tendency to take after our parents/everyone else in our culture and accept their way of viewing the world rather than thinking for ourselves (which i think is what he's referring to with all of the references to birth). rather than going through the effort of being born as one's own person, people just accept the way things are and go along with it.
    r0sesinhereyeson May 27, 2007   Link

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