Prevent you stratus, yeah
I snick it husband
Make me tall with lies
Loose lips torture me
Mus ditch romalaid
Lick me, continue
With my ladder ray
Finger painted black
Goes around her neck
Chokes with giant blood
Losing my face
Stick it lonely streatch
Strive one, wasted wretch
No runs rumor now
Who's my last gift to taste?
For my last kiss to taste
Now I know that it's mound, but
The way it will be
How very long
If I could trick it to be.


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    General Commentfrom what i could tell the last three lines are:

    But I'm waiting to see
    How very long
    I could keep up the pace.

    does anyone ever know what buzz osbourne's on about?? i love The Melvins, this song included, but i honestly havent a clue....
    Big_Nothingon April 19, 2006   Link
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    General CommentWell, uhhh, Buzz's lyircs tend to be... about nothing at all.
    OpiumForThePeopleon April 19, 2006   Link
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    General CommentThese are the lyrics as best I can tell:

    One thing to shred and tear
    Glass meat never stares
    Feed me karmic lies
    Of those less fortunate
    Must exterminate
    Left me haunting you
    Win my lottery

    Fingers needled black
    A cross around her neck
    She chokes her dying brain
    ANd blows it in my face
    Stick your lucky sticks
    To my more waiting flesh
    No one's rumors now
    For my last kiss to taste
    For my last kiss to taste

    Cry my lonely last number
    But I'm waiting to see
    How very long I can keep up the pace

    ******

    I think it's about being in love with a severely self-destructive person. However, the narrator, who is worried about it, recognizes that he is a hypocrit because he is also self-destructive to one extent or another. Finally, at the end, he realizes he can do nothing about the situation, even though it is doomed; he has to ride it out the end.
    pentalarcon September 11, 2011   Link

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