Have patience you'll make it on your own two legs
Waiting is hard I know and so precious afterwards
Mark my words you'll get it in your own sweet time
Pacing is difficult
Fill your buttercup full of good luck

Plenty bitter plenty better plenty belly rubbing, can't be too hard, can it now?
Mauvais canard
Plenty selfish and conceded, plenty still repeated, can't be too hard can it now
Mauvais canard
Plenty bitter plenty better plenty fast receding
Mauvais canard
Plenty pretty but pretentious, better be delicious
Mauvais canard
Mark my words you'll get it in your own time
So wait your turn
You'll get it on your own terms

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    General CommentSo, I know how to use google translator. And I was like, "bad duck? No." But sure enough:

    "This was an improv that spanned an hour or so, and we manually whittled it down to a pleasant 4 minutes, smoothing out the transitions and adding vocals with lyrics that may or may not have anything to do with sex or food. I just kept thinking, “bad duck,” which stuck. However, “mauvais canard” is much more fun to say, as I found out in the process. The working title was “Patience is a Virgin”, but that was faaar too literal. Some day soon this will be on our next batch of tshirts.

    This is, sadly, a song that we may never play live. It’s the only piece we created specifically for the album in the studio, and the many little added sound blips, running around upstairs pushing chairs and moving things (including a live vacuum cleaner at one point), probably wouldn’t be technically feasible onstage with just the two of us. At least as far as we’ve tried thus far."

    artsluton December 22, 2010   Link

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