"St. Exquisite's Confessions" as written by and Kevin Barnes....
I'm so sick of sucking the dick of this cruel cruel city
I've forgotten what it takes to please a woman
But that's all gonna change [Repeat: x2]

Now the freaks wanna take me home to see
If the rumors are true,
So I kick open the doors and windows
To let the world hear sure
There's so much anger and pain
But come see, there's still some gentle people
Fucking to strawberry letter 23

Now we're both laughing
(Bitch)

Maybe I'll blow you
Whatever kind of kisses you want
Because you've got so much in common
With my big cock creator
We function on the lowest human level
Yet somehow keep living
I thought it was over but it all still hurts the same
It still hurts the same

I only photograph my fascinations
Till the stress of the flash makes them fade
The danger is real but I'm mute to the feeling
We started by giving each other interesting notes sober case (sober case)
Seduce a dream back to the surface
Clarify my empty elephant of some beautiful death
It's time to get to know the article you'll be stripping
Ladies of the spread
You better keep my secrets in that perfume poodle head
Now c'mon, to the replacement dolphin that's cheating treats
From the bottom of the hotel pool
The lion leaped out of his pendant and then
He talked of Valerie and her week of wonders
(We-V-I-L)
She loves to do beautiful things

Feeling voices again not good
Think the sky is pregnant with maggots
Cause something happened in the parking lot
I'm searching for the context not finding it
Don't make it real for me
Some things are better left victims


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    General CommentJust a small correction on the lyrics:
    Fucking two strawberry letter twenty-three
    should be
    Fucking to "Strawberry Letter 23"

    Strawberry Letter 23 is a song by Shuggie Otis that was later covered by Brothers Johnson. Along with the allusion to this song in the lyrics, the musical style of this song seems to mimic the Funk/R&B sound of both versions of that song.
    ScudMeaningon October 10, 2008   Link
  • 0
    General CommentThis song is SOOO uniquely beautiful!! One of my favorite on the album..
    tuxedoballeron October 01, 2008   Link
  • 0
    General CommentListening to this song, it makes me get the impression that he's talking about a sex change. But that might just be influenced by the whole "Georgie Fruit", highly sexual album content-thing.
    boohskeyon November 03, 2008   Link
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    General CommentAnd I'm thinking it's

    "Hearing voices again"
    boohskeyon November 03, 2008   Link
  • 0
    General CommentWhoop! No, nevermind I hear "feeling" now.
    boohskeyon November 03, 2008   Link
  • 0
    General Commenti always heard, It's time to get to know the optical that you'll be stripping. you know like an "article" of clothing.
    ant1ph0non December 04, 2008   Link
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    General Commenter i'm sorry, "it's time to get to know the article that you'll be stripping" i forgot to change the lyrics after i copied and pasted it because i was so stoned. hah! sorry for any confusion. that was my only correction so i don't know, i'm listening to the NPR Podcast right now and that song was in their set list so...
    ant1ph0non December 04, 2008   Link
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    General CommentWho are the ladies of the spread?

    Doesn't he mention them in another song, or am I crazy?
    forcastedfasciston December 31, 2008   Link
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    General CommentValerie and Her Week of Wonders is one of the strangest movies I've ever seen.
    hanzecercheekon February 07, 2009   Link
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    General Comment"she loves to DO beautiful things"

    i don't know how anyone heard "eat".
    halfmastodonon March 05, 2009   Link

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