"Meadow Meal" as written by Rudolf Sosna, Joachim Irmler Hans, Werner Diermaier, Guenther Wuesthoff and Jean Herve Peron....
Me is a meadow meal
And the guess I get it
And the gate I get it
And the game I get it
A wonderful wooden reason
To stand in line keep in line
Line up
Crash the sound
You lose your hand
To understand
The accident is red

You are a fruit fork
And the money you look up
And the madame you look up
And the middle you look up
A wonderful wooden reason
To stand in line keep in line
Line up
Crash the sound
You lose your hand
To understand
The accident is red


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"Meadow Meal" as written by Hans-joachim Irmler Guenther Wuesthoff

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    General Commenta really great song.
    i somewhat feel that it could be some sort of a vegan message or anti-meat consumption. or also just their lysergic free association word play they were known for.
    accrazeon September 17, 2007   Link
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    General Commentthis is one of my favorite songs. super hard to interpret the lyrics but here are a few thoughts on them

    "And the guess I get it
    And the gate I get it
    And the game I get it"
    I understand life

    "A wonderful wooden reason
    To stand in line keep in line"
    people live in a mechanical way

    "You lose your hand
    To understand
    The accident is red"
    something really bad needs to happen to you before you understand that this is a serious problem.

    "And the money you look up
    And the madame you look up"
    your actions are primarily determined by money and women
    Jackasdf1234on December 10, 2016   Link

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