Look your legs are ashes
Charred into a special
Don't make noise you'll break
Your legs are eyes and all
You're right
I was your incompetant
Man just read the funnies
Special time but you can't
Make too much of him


I was yours and closer
Your were them in New York
God me it's to enter
See your legs are in your legs

I was your end dancer
More than all I wish you
Got me under with the
Nice, nice, nice religious man


Lyrics submitted by jackandmeg2001

Anorexorcist (Studio) song meanings
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    General Commentwhere did you find a studio version?

    is it just the version on the box set? because thats live.
    modestmousenirvanaon March 20, 2007   Link
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    General CommentIt's technically a live version. The only time it's been officially recorded was during the KAOS Radio Sessions (Which could really pass off as studio version. It's studio quality) The only other version that could even pass as studio would be the Fecal Matter version, and this definately isn't it.
    lazrpo1nt3ron April 30, 2007   Link
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    General CommentThere is not a studio version, dickhead. I'll let you borrow my accountant's 700-pound dildo to fuck yourself with.
    Aunt Fe Fe Returnson July 18, 2007   Link
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    General Commentguys.. seriously.. what version is this? none of the best guides even reference the lyrics in this song, which is really puzzling because it was on the "With the Lights Out" compilation album, so its not like its unheard of.
    GermanVerminon September 01, 2007   Link
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    General Commenti saw a documantary about Kurt Cobain and his ex girlfriend was talking about how he was so paranoid about being skinny. He used to wear leggings and another pair of jeans underneath his main jeans because his legs were so skinny. He did this with his upper body to, wearing many layers of t-shirts and jackets. Perhaps this is what the song is about??
    melpaon October 13, 2007   Link

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