Ah, here he comes, he comes, here he comes a-courting
To put all the Don Juans to shame
There'll be cadre dance for all the beautiful and homely
No one will slip away
From a spider

Oh, dark is his web and thousand of creatures
In it they shine just like the stars
But more, more, more for even thousand of creatures
Won't have enough orifices for all the arms
Of a spider

(Lalalai la lai la la . . .)

So here he comes, he comes, here he comes a-courting
And there they shine just like the stars
But more, more, more for even thousand of creatures
Won't have enough orifices for all the arms
Of a spider


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    General Commentkick ass
    oh yeah and spiders are fast

    bu mostly i think it conects to the mind of a person tha takes acid
    gypsybaxton April 09, 2007   Link
  • 0
    General CommentI think its about a guy who sleeps with lots of women
    Violentpacifiston July 15, 2007   Link
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    General CommentI agree with Violentpacifist.
    wereTHRIVINGon September 03, 2007   Link
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    General CommentI think these lyrics are wrong, from what I can hear it should go:

    "But more, more, more for even thousand of creatures
    Won't have enough orofices for all the arms
    Of a spider"

    It makes more sense to me that way; it could mean that if you just sleep with anyone who happens to get 'trapped in your web' it will not leave you fulfilled and you will just start to want more (which would indicate some deeper need) - but this is my first post, what do I know? lol :P
    russbuck100on February 26, 2008   Link
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    General CommentI agree with russbuck I think the lyrics are wrong

    and violentpacifist I think you've got the meaning down
    MusicDrugieon August 25, 2008   Link

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