"Two Heads" as written by and Grace Wing Slick....
You want two heads on you body
And you've got two mirrors in your hand.
Priests are made of brick with gold crosses on a stick
And your nose is too small for this land.
Inside your room your jail
Inside your mouth the elephants trunk and booze,
Inside your head is your town
The only key to your bail
Coda:

Want two heads on your body
And you've got two mirrors in your hand
Two heads can be put together.

And you can fill both your feet with sand.
No one will know you've gutted your mind
Your lions are fighting with chairs,
But what will you do with your bloody hands?
Your women are tired of dying alive
Your arms are incredibly fat;
If you've had any women at that.
Wearing your comb like an ax in your head

List'ning for signs of life;
Children are sucking on stone and lead
And chasing their hoops with a knife;
Keep them polished and shining;
New breasts and jewels for the girl,
For no child of mine. (Go to CodaPut a lock on her belly at night, sweet life,







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"Two Heads" as written by Grace Wing Slick

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    General CommentTwo heads refers to hypocrisy, in our institutions like religion concerning its repression of sexuality. Once again, Grace uses stream of consciousness prose and allegorical nonsensical imagery to convey feeling more than thought.
    brumuson November 24, 2008   Link
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    General CommentO' my brothers, it looks like a trippy song to meee like most jefferson airplane's songs i love ittt
    mirlo87on February 21, 2009   Link
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    General CommentI like Spencer Dryden's drumming in this song, it fits so well. Agree'd with mirlo87 amazing just like the rest of the Airplane's pieces.
    DCBA25on December 05, 2009   Link

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