"AT&T" as written by and Stephen Malkmus....
Maybe someone's going to save me
My heart is made of gravy
And the laps I swim
From lunatics don't count
Open up your stockings
Pull out the things you never wanted
From room service calls
Room service calls

Open up your hands
And let me see the things you keep in there
I don't want to split up fifty/fifty
That's the way we do it in this rose town
I've got all the glory in the world
I hope it doesn't floor you before you go
Room service calls
In the random falls

Go!
Whenever, Whenever I feel fine
I'm going to walk away from all this all that
Groovy groovy kitty you little little pity
With your slip shag watching back
You skinny skinny people don't like that
When you con them

Spell me
Spritzer on ice in New York City
Isn't it a pity
You never had anything to mix with that
Listen to the tender
Behind the open chest in the hall
Room service calls

I'm blue green and cream and blue
Whenever I feel fine
I'll walk the plank for you
In the dark of the capi-federal
Jacob, Jacob Javits I'd like to thank you for everything
Primarily your glass house
Levis, Guess
Distorted ghosts
One, two, three, four
Whoahhh ohh ohh, Whoahhh ohh ohh


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  • +2
    General CommentMaking fun of Oasis never sounded so sweet.
    doodleshmooon December 21, 2013   Link
  • +1
    General Comment"Jacob, Jacob Javits I'd like to thank you for everything
    Primarily your glass house"

    just fyi, this line refers to the [url=en.wikipedia.org/wiki/… center[/url] which was designed by the famous architect I.M.Pei. It's primarily made out of glass, hence the line.
    Bonnemorton July 27, 2006   Link
  • +1
    General Comment"and skinny skinny people don't like that / when you call on them" - RIGHT

    "i'm blue and green, green and blue" - WRONG

    "i'd walk the plank for you / in the dark of the cabin, center row" - WRONG
    westing202on March 19, 2008   Link
  • 0
    General Commenta few lyric updates:

    "and skinny skinny people don't like that / when you call on them"

    "i'm blue and green, green and blue"

    "i'd walk the plank for you / in the dark of the cabin, center row"

    has a lot to do with mainstream corporate culture.
    and new york.
    little_miss_octoberon July 25, 2002   Link
  • 0
    General CommentThis is a fun song to sing along to.
    XunspokenlullabyXon August 13, 2002   Link
  • 0
    General CommentOne of my favourite Pavement songs, if not my very favourite. My favourite changes frequently though.
    gdson March 05, 2003   Link
  • 0
    General Commentits wierd i know some one named jacob javits
    fatkid1041on February 14, 2006   Link
  • 0
    General Comment"Jacob, Jacob Javits I'd like to thank you for everything
    Primarily your glass house"

    just fyi, this line refers to the [url=en.wikipedia.org/wiki/… center[/url] which was designed by the famous architect I.M.Pei. It's primarily made out of glass, hence the line.
    Bonnemorton July 27, 2006   Link
  • 0
    General CommentSomeone should fix the lyrics on this. They're so wrong.
    RyanMcGinnison December 22, 2007   Link
  • 0
    General Commentactually, the lyrics are right on, except it's "i WANT to split it up 50/50" and "in the random halls" not "in the random falls" at the ned of the second verse, and they match the lyrics on the now defunct pavementtherockband.com which closed in early 2000. for whatever reason, in their lyrics section, the lyrics provided were for wowee zowee.
    westing202on March 19, 2008   Link

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