Farm, California
Blanket in set
Number one A

Cackle on, snagtooth
Mary bought Rose
Rose is unstocked

Sally's new mantra
Gold is not hip
Silver is in


Lyrics submitted by Lightblueness, edited by wormandrazor

Farm, Ca. song meanings
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    General Commentsomeone, explain this song! it's almost haunting. i love it.
    pandacolaon August 27, 2006   Link
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    General CommentI could be off, but then it's art, so I'm free to interpret it as I wish, but it seems to me that the song, both lyrically and melodically, are about, or at least come with the emotional frame of wallowing in self-loathing.
    With the repeated boosting of second-rate things to the top of the list so to speak, it seems like the narrator is dealing with feeling not up to par in some way, as in "Gold isn't hip; silver is in". it seems like the same kind of self-deprecating masochism that I frequently feel on my blue days.

    But again, that's just my opinion.
    RScorpionon February 26, 2014   Link

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