"The Magician vs. the Headache" as written by Michael Ivins, Wayne Coyne and Jonathan Donahue....
Sermon's over, but can you feel it now?
On the ground
No, it never takes you very long [Repeat: x2]

Sometimes I come home and there's a monkey
's puttin' down
He's makin' love to the hole in my head [Repeat: x2]


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"The Magician vs. the Headache" as written by Michael Ivins Jonathan Donahue

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    General Commentdude, does this song mean anything? i doubt it. but there's nothing wrong with that. its good silliness for a good tune.

    one possible interpretation, through their haze of acid and herb, may be that religion's effect is like the bestial raping your mind. that's all i can get out of it if anything.
    Whiffeton December 06, 2005   Link
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    General CommentI'm not sure if there is a true meaning either, but I am VERY amused by the reference to squicking.
    ratanxon April 18, 2006   Link
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    General CommentMaking out with God, the monkey. ;D
    DominElon March 29, 2008   Link
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    General CommentThis is my favorite song on Hit To Death in the Future Head, and maybe even my favorite song by The Flaming Lips period. Can't get enough of this song!
    Rico_Suaveon August 05, 2008   Link

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