"I Will Truck" as written by and David Longstreth....
I will truck
Faster than the world revolves
I will jet
Spirals 'round the leaves as they fall

I'll turn faster than they stay in their seasons.
In revolving it changes
And I don't trust the axis
Or the allies.

Eh leve woul speh hey raal don aon on.
(The leaves will spiral down one by one)

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"I Will Truck" as written by David Longstreth


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    General Commentthe part at the end is actually in french. he sings "aimez-vous" clearly enough, which means would you like ___? in french. but the rest of the sentence in french isn't as understandable.
    dfitzdon January 30, 2009   Link
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    General Commentthere's a file with a bunch of lyrics and interpretations of the western vinyl website, here's what it has to say
    Henley vows to seek the Wilderness and discover the shape of Love. He says, "put me on the highway and show me a sign." He wanders the highways and the skyways, past the debutantes in Houston, past the street corner in Winslow, Arizona. He imagines himself along the lines of the firework–the truck, the jet. Henley moves so fast that to look at him burns in the retinas the ghost image of a colonist: he is the energetic expender who will transcend nature and then die into the arms of the conquered.

    and here's the link
    daturkelon June 16, 2009   Link
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    General CommentHe references World War II when he says "I don't trust the Axis or the Allies." I don't know if he's being metaphoric or literal, which I doubt. The Triple Axis is the Japan-Italy-Germany alliance, and the Allies is the France-Russia-UK alliance.
    Outreon July 31, 2010   Link

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