mother on a slide
sister by her side
one more pop until it blows
strangled by the scoop
with logic like a tube
one more bite until we go
are you moving along?
don’t worry, it won’t take long

take a restaurant
pick any one you want
one more stop until we go
self-mutilation in the nourishment nation
animals are out there ‘til we go
with a wing and a prayer
talkin’ about a double dare

stranger in new york
who’s trimming off the pork
ancestors abundance yah we know
becoming a bone
and calling it a home
one more bite until we go
are you writing a song?
don’t worry, it won’t take long


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    General CommentIt's about losing your innocence in a big place.
    PECOAEon March 12, 2006   Link
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    General Commentone more bang until we go,
    stangled by the school,
    are you coming along?
    don't worry it won't take long

    well we're holding out a prayer,
    talk about a double-dare

    and you're dull, and you're dull, and you're dull, et cetera
    tiredgorillaon April 15, 2006   Link
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    General Commentpretty sure it's "you're a doll"
    admon August 15, 2007   Link
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    General Commentits awesome! i think its about this nation and what its gonna be like til we go (die)
    open-mindedon December 08, 2007   Link

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