"Neon Meate Dream of a Octafish" as written by and Don Van Vliet....
Lucid tentacles test and sleeved
And joined, and jointed, jade pointed diamond back patterns
Neon meate dream of a octafish
Artifact on rose petals
And flesh petals in pots

Fact and feast, in tubes, tubs, bulbs
In jest, incest, in jest, in just, in feast, incest
And specks, and speckled, speckled
Speckled speculation

Fedlocks waddlin' feast
Archaic faces frenzy
Ceramic fists, artificial deceased
In cysts, rancid buds burst
Dank drum and dung dust

Meate rose and hairs
Meaty meate rose and hairs
Meaty dream wet meate
Limp damp rows
Peeled and felt fields and belts
Impaled on in daemon

Mucus mules
Twat trot, tra-la tra-la, tra-la tra-la tra-la

Whale bone fields 'n' belts
Whale bone farmhouse
Cavorts girdled in letters alight
Cavorts girdled in letters alight

A dipped amidst
Squirmin' serum in semen
In syrup in semen, in serum
Stirrupped in syrup
Neon meate dream of a octafish


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"Neon Meate Dream of a Octafish" as written by Don Van Vliet

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    General CommentFedlocks: shouldn't that be "fetlocks"?

    Meate rose in hairs: meat [noun] rose [verb] in hairs
    Meaty meate rose in hairs: meate [adj] rose [noun] in hairs

    Cists -> cysts

    Peeled in felt fields 'n belts: He's undressing her.
    Whalebone: a component of a corset.

    Cavorts girdled in ladders o' light: dances in the sunbeams

    This is all imagery from a wet dream. I love the expression "stirruped in syrup." Yeah.
    futatoriuson July 08, 2007   Link
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    General CommentHa! Man this is just so well done. One of my personnal favorites. Futatorius is right about the wet dream and everything.
    Ex Abruptoon January 19, 2008   Link
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    General CommentIt's interesting to hear the band rehearsing the backing music on the Grow Fins album. You can hardly hear the guitars and drums on the finished take - once Don had overdubbed the horns. Namely: the "shenai"/"simran horn" (that's the thing which sounds like an organ, fed through a Leslie speaker) and the musette (that's the solo at the end)
    Dia270on May 12, 2016   Link

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