I emerged from the land
Pushed out through her sandy expanse
And the sky was the downy blue
of a blanket 'fore it captures you
worn enough to see the sunlight through

I wondered what you looked like
Before the black tar snakes arrived
And they divided your furry, wide back
Into a thousand useless places
Now I need a piece of paper to go

Lying down with a face full of leaves
On the sweaty forest floor
I felt your frown and I filled its sleeves
With an arm and a leg
My head and my chest they are
Lying down with a face full of leaves
On the sweaty forest floor
I felt your frown and I filled its sleeves
With an arm and a leg
My head and my chest they are yours

The beauty is not wasted on me
The hillside is ominous with trees
It's the first time he's ever seen snow
And he must taste it
Make a missile, throw it
Roll around

Our mother all hail
Our mother is ailing, all hail
Our mother all hail

Our mother all hail
Our mother is ailing, all hail
Our mother all hail


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Earthworm (All Hail Our Ailing Mother) song meanings
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