"Blue Agent" as written by and Bradford Cox....
When your range is off
When you call that complete
Your finished task was a burden
I'll give you that to concede

If you wear a mask
If you wear a badge
If you're lost in the curtains of time
You'll be erased

Sleep tight, gold night
Protect my brain
I was bright, I was right
All the time

If you ever need to talk
I won't be around
If you ever need to fight for life
I'll make no sound

I completed your task
It was much too tough
Your burdens now were twice removed
It must be rough

I use my golden light to find a way
Your bones they were always, they were always in my way
The fire finds a way to completely erase
I followed you out
You threw up and you complained
And I bide my time, and I hide my glory away
In the basement room where you used to kneel and pray

If you need a friend now
Better look some place else
You burned this bridge long ago
Here's to your health
I'm a blue light, I'm a crippled coward
Shining out in the night
The sky is clearer now that I'm filled with fright

Lyrics submitted by TheWrongGirl, edited by Spiderland

"Blue Agent" as written by Bradford Cox


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    General CommentI could definitely use some help w/ this one...
    TheWrongGirlon April 11, 2013   Link
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    Song MeaningThe song is about a secret agent. The golden light is the flame referenced throughout the song. He likens himself to the blue part at the base flames, the hottest part, stating "I was bright, I was right
    on the flame," hence the Blue Agent.

    I think the rest is pretty self-explanatory with that in mind.
    deliriumwoon May 08, 2013   Link
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    Song ComparisonThey seemed to always take some influence from the Pixies (I know they are friends with Kim Deal) but all the chord motion & guitar tones in this song makes it seem like a really conscious Pixies tribute.
    Pooeron May 27, 2014   Link

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