"In The Mind Of The Borgeious Reader" as written by Kim Gordon, Lee M. Ranaldo, Steven Jay Shelley and Thurston Joseph Moore....
Seaside never gonna rock the boat
Gonna roll it up fat superdope
Yeah pass it around or stick it on a pin
Boyie lover with the bunny skin ?
My plastic lady here's a glitter roll
Straight from my heart through thy soul
Yeah I don't care about dirty hair
All praise due queen and yogi bear
So get back in the boat yeah

Vicarious pleasure in my brain
Fantastic life never the same
Identity come set it free
Come set me out to mystery
Mistert mind yah

Silly rabbit kicks are for kids
Yr carrot souffle's got me on the skids
Don't care about dirty hair
Got a fuzzy finger miss bunny tail
Hip hop till you drop yeah
Hop hop hop hop hop hop hop hop hop hop


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"In the Mind of the Bourgeois Reader" as written by Lee M. Ranaldo Kim Gordon

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    General CommentIt's "bourgeois", by the way. I also think you've got some problems with the lyrics.

    I suppose it's a commentary on poseur twits...
    Cynothoglyson August 25, 2007   Link
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    General CommentThis is what I always thought it was:

    Seaside lover gonna rock to boat
    Gonna roll it up, that super dope
    Better pass it around or stick in on a pin
    Fang-tooth lover with the bunny skin
    A plastic lady she's a'ready to roll
    Straight from my heart through thy soul
    And I don't care about dirty hair
    Or praise to queen and Yogi Bear

    So get back in the boat, Hey!

    Vicarious pleasure in my brain
    Fantastic lies never the same
    Identity, come set me free
    Come set me out to mystery

    A mystery night! Hey!

    Silly little rabbit, trix are for kids
    Your carrot souflee's got me on the skids
    But I don't care about dirty hair
    Gonna fuzzy-finger Miss Bunny Tail

    So kick on till you drop
    Hop hop hop hop hop hop hop hop hop.

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    At least when my band covered it, that's how I sang it, though sometimes I'd say "flame-toothed lover" instead of "fang-toothed lover"

    Out of song contest, "fang-toothed" makes more sense, in context, "flame-toothed" makes almost as much sense, and it sounds more like "flame-toothed" to me.

    I think it's about a group of young friends getting high together. The quality of the drugs is crap, but they don't really care, as the important part is the social setting, but of course, none of them will break the illusion by admitting it.
    pentalarcon December 29, 2007   Link

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