As soon as he gives a name
To whatever it is he finds so goddamn frightening,
He’ll empty his crippling pen,
It is not so difficult then

So he fell in with the studs,
Too late now it seems the city’s dry mud
Took his might underground,
Now no more surprises,
No more clowning around

There goes a naked man
Dressed up like an ordinary citizen

Look at him go down with the businessmen cattle,
Let him go

Sometimes I now still call on him
To dip me in the river
But he won’t heal me now
Now that he is lost himself

(Now he just drops into pin me against the wall
Oh, hello, hello, hello!
Now he just drops into see that I surely fall
Oh, hello, hello, hello!)


Lyrics submitted by Starlight152

Cattle's New Clothes song meanings
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