"Catch Your Death" as written by and Rohner John Segnitz....
They say, "Boy, you'll catch your..."
They say, "Son, you'll catch your death."
And does it come to us in a dream of a flaming over?

See I turn and I burn
'Til my quilts, they catch the fire
And then it comes to us in a dream of a flaming over

Shocked sound in a quiet room:
"It wrecks! It wrecks!"
Shocked sound as the blood, it blooms:
"It wrecks! It wrecks!"
The current calms you down a bit
The wedding left you so alone, alone, alone!

The air, it thins
The room, it could just blow
The kitchen ablaze, my bed is one big glow
And so it comes to us in a dream of a flaming over, dancing over, burning over

Shocked sound in a quiet room:
"It wrecks! It wrecks!"
Shocked sound as the blood, it blooms:
"It wrecks! It wrecks!"
The current calms you down a bit
The wedding left you so alone, did it?

Shocked sound it a quiet room:
"It wrecks, it wrecks, it wrecks, it wrecks, it wrecks,
oh, you did it again!"

They say:
The moon may have been ripped out of the earth itself eons ago.


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    General Commenta few lines i'm unsure of: "flaming ovary" or "flaming over", it sounds like the former the first few times, but after that the y disappears. also "the curtain coming down again" versus "the current climbing down the bed". i think it might be the second one in this case, since it could be a flame current moving down the bed, which fits with the line "my quilts they catch the fire". finally, is it "the wedding life" or "the waiting life"? does anyone know if the liner notes include lyrics? the website says the album's out of print.
    satansaiddanceon May 06, 2007   Link
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    General Commentnice. division day good
    subsonicon February 19, 2008   Link

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