She started the grade-school dog-show craze
(The teeth that held the teacher)
Trademarked the pre-chorus vocal phase
(The phrase that always reaches)
Incited a famous outhouse riot
(Fortuned in Boomer County)
Turned every wrong into a fight
That's right

She's a genius and a pearl who terrifies the world
My submachine girl

She lit the Korea pier on fire
(They saw the smoke from South Port town)
Then wrote the words to "Bird on a Wire"
(Through the paper on the ground)
Invented the ice cube that cannot melt
(I've seen one summer valley day)
Built a working spaceship in herself as well

There was a sun that set each night
(Now what's behind the curtain?)
Until she blew out the Northern lights
(So nothing is for certain)
And made the Southern Cross so uptight
With the full moon splitting in her sights
(Try starless)
That's right


Lyrics submitted by Michial

Submachine Girl song meanings
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