"Bloom on Demand" as written by and Harrison Haynes Seth Jabour....
He was a rare orchid dealer
Whose dealings were coarse.
The c.i.t.e.s. cited permits
But he could show no source.
Did they bloom in his mouth?
Did they bloom in his hand
Did they bloom in his pocket?
Did they bloom on demand?

The doctor who invented anesthesia
Could not anesthetize himself
To the pain and shame he felt
When it wore off on a patient
During his first amputation.

This giving in is wearing thin.


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"Bloom on Demand" as written by Seth Jabour Harrison Haynes

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    General CommentCan't fathom what it means, but Les Savy Fav write some incredible lyrics. Second verse is just amazing.
    AlphabetFishon March 18, 2006   Link
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    General CommentI know this is probably not the right meaning, but I think that it is about a really bad drug dealer, and they want to find a new drug dealer lol
    BLPLSFon April 26, 2009   Link

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