i can't believe we met on this lonely crowded street
flashing identical bandoleers
if you were born in the gutter i was weened at your feet
watch out for flying native spears

i'm hip to your hypotenuse your geometric ways
your lion/lying lips are double stitched right below your waist
and those eyes you wear they wear me out
the weight you bear it tears me down
i'm falling apart i'm falling apart at the seams and you're just standing there

wearing that guerilla suit to try to scare me but it won't work
wearing that gorilla suit to try to scare me but it won't work
wearing that guerilla suit to try scare me but it won't work
wearing that gorilla suit to try and scare me but it won't

and i say captain captain captain captain captain captain captain captain captain captain captain captain captain captain captain captain captain captain captain captain captain captain captain captain captain captain captain captain captain captain captain captain


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Against the Peruvian Monster song meanings
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    General Commentlaaaaaaaaaaaa la la la la laaa la laaaaaaaaaaaa la laaaaa
    modestmousenirvanaon February 01, 2009   Link
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    General Commenti could of swear they were sayin compton, which made sense with the"say wht!" in the background but i am wrong great tune.
    Cordell_Biggumson August 25, 2006   Link
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    General CommentI always thought it was Compton too.
    sheilafitzgeraldon September 03, 2007   Link
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    General CommentOk this song is a tough one to get. It comes from the movie The Holy Mountain. There is a comic book in it called "Captain Captain", and the issue is called "Against the Peruvian Monster".

    The book was made to get kids ready for a war against Peru, so they would grow up reading this comic, and then in 15 years when the Government decided to start the war, the kids would be pre-programed to fight the war.
    MadMonketteson December 21, 2009   Link

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