"Blue Rosebuds" as written by Homer Flynn and Hardy Winfred Fox....
I love you and 'cause I do
My sky has changed
>From grey to blue
But blue's not just
A color of the rainbow
It's shade is not a hazy hue
But pure and hard
My blue sky blue
It's like a Roman candle
Coming rosebuds
"Your words are empty hollow bleatings
Of a mental crutch
They're open-festered indigestion
With a velvet touch
An ether-eating Eskimo
Would gag upon your sight
Convulsed into oblivion
>From laughter or from fright
A coma with a swee t aroma
Is your only dream
Malignant with the misconception
That a grunt can gleam
Your lichen-covered corpuscles
Are filthy to my fist
Infection is your finest flower
Mildewed in the mist."
I love you and 'cause I do
My skies have changed
>From grey to blue
But blue's not just a color
Of the rainbow
It's shade is not a hazy hue
But pure and hard
My blue sky blue
It's like a Roman candle
Coming rosebuds
Blue rosebuds


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"Blue Rosebuds" as written by Homer Flynn Hardy Winfred Fox

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    General CommentFucking creepy.
    AlgernonMabuson November 01, 2007   Link
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    General CommentOkay, I think this song is about a guy who gets his heart trampled by a woman who hates him.
    In the beginning of the song, He confidently declares he loves this girl, and describes his feelings for her in detail. The Woman then opens up a huge can of worms about how much she hates him, and how ugly she thinks he is. After wards, the guy says the same thing he said before, clinging to what he feels is his only chance at love. while he's singing the last part, his voice is in turmoil, and crackles, as if to suggest he's crying. I really love this song, The Residents rock, w00t!
    Ortafalcon9on March 28, 2009   Link

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