Over it all again
Both English and Western stallion
They've got virgin eyes
Reminding of the siren

The battle was won before
Both Greco and Roman soldier
I could lose a limb
And still find the will to fight them

But what you get
No tears, just blood and sweat
Although it hasn't happened yet

Tell me the cost of war
Is anyone really listening?
I've been here before
The spirit is slowly lifting

Truth can be found within
Both English and Western stallion
They converse in riots
Up over the last horizon

And what you get
No tears, just blood and sweat
Although it hasn't happened yet

And what you'll get
No tears, just blood and sweat
Although it hasn't happened yet


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    General CommentI'm dense but here's what I've got:

    After the first track, Covert Discretion, in which Gener comes clean to his shortcomings, he threatens war against his four former bandmates in verse one, the English and Western stallion and Roman and Greco soldiers. A hard fought war that will only bring blood and sweat (no tears).

    Verse two foreshadows what could be if they were to converge as one again: no tears, just blood and sweat. A manifestation of how much Ween kicks ass.

    That's what I've got. Am I talking crazy pills?

    If it means nothing like that, it's still an excellent song.
    peter10589on September 16, 2017   Link

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