I'm looking forward to losing all my hair
I'm looking forward to looking backward
Multiple suns have always guided me
Multiple suns, to do my bidding
I recall my youth with Klock:
A bubbling boob of hate
Still, I fashioned not one crime
And Klock, ofcourse, was arrested
They turned his mind to paste
Yes, it happens all the time
Now you ask me 'why so many suns?'
One for each murder me and my angel done
De profundis; how I love to live this loose!
De profundis; with my Donald Duck orange juice!
Klock was like an older brother
And for awhile I was he
Or rather he was I
Now I regard him as another
One of my sovereign suns
Yes, this happens all the time

The Harpies scatter; intestines unravel
Better than memory: ACTUAL TIME TRAVEL
Heavens abound in pomegranite light
Heavens abound; I gain back my overbite
I am their only planet
Suns of the bluest flame
Stoic, yet volitile
If'n the past come hither
I keep the gaslight burning
Because it could happen any time


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    General CommentA strange and interesting combination of celestial objects like suns, planets and the Greek gods and goddesses they are named after. Suns = gods or guardians in some ways. Reference to -"Pomegranate light" refers to Persephone/Hades
    -"harpies scatter" refers to the Odyssey
    -Who the hell is Klock? He appears in many of his songs. Kind of seems like he takes on a guardian angel role in many of his songs.
    NorthernBornon July 04, 2014   Link
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    General CommentAlso...a reference to Donald Duck orange juice, which was a thing in the 80s. I used to beg my mom for that brand because it had no pulp and it tasted better than other OJ. Hilarious.
    NorthernBornon July 04, 2014   Link

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