Up to the ears, up to the neck
It's for the curious, it's for the hopeful
Kick in the doors, climb in the windows
Kick in the doors, climb in the windows
It's midnight service at the Mütter Museum
And I'm glad, glad that you're here

Better luck
Better luck at the pull-tabs
That's what I thought too
Do you have any idea
How many songs they wrote about you

Look at the face, the shape of the skull
Leave the road, follow the path
It's midnight at the Drowning Pond
And I'm glad, glad you're here

Better off not trying too hard
That's what I thought too
Put on your boots
Put on your make-up in the parking lot

Fifteen, sixteen, seventeen
Fifteen, sixteen, seventeen
It's midnight service at the Mütter Museum
And I'm glad, glad that you're here


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    General CommentMutter Museum is a Museum of medical oddities, I think. Good song, but not really sure what some of it means, probably doesn't really mean anything really, just creepy ass shit.
    SlidiousMeon April 03, 2003   Link
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    General Commentit's an actual museum i think with a bunch of weird shit
    salad dayson April 17, 2004   Link
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    General CommentThe Mutter Museum is home to over 20,000 mind-boggling anatomic specimens, plaster casts, wax models, and paintings, the Mutter Museum, founded in 1858, is part of the College of Physicians of Philadelphia. This book features over 100 photographs by a select group of renowned photographers whose work appears in the award-winning Mutter Museum calendars. Highlights include a bust of an early-19th-century Parisian widow with a six-inch horn protruding from the forehead; the connected livers of Chang and Eng, the world-famous Siamese twins; the skeleton of a 7’6" giant from Kentucky; and a collection of 139 skulls showing anatomic variation among ethnic groups in central and eastern Europe. Historical photographs from the museum’s archives, brief background texts about the collection, stunning photographs by acclaimed photographers including William Wegman and Joel-Peter Witkinand, and an introductory essay on the museum are also included.
    GnarBootson October 20, 2004   Link
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    General Commenti drove to the Mutter this weekend from NY to philly, because of this song and my friend went before me because of this song loved it there. its a great place. visit it sometime because its a nice place to learn about stuff and mostly go because the murder city devils wrote a song about it
    sk8erpezon September 04, 2005   Link

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