"Jim Fear" as written by and Benjamin Allen Weinman....
Jim Fear has done it again
Alfresco slapsticked
Foam mouth sunshine
Slash her and bash her porno freak
Throw another crap cake on the stove, Jimmy
The flaming hermit
The lonely fool
A staged and natural bliss
So flip the page
And lock your door
Or have you finished?
Have you finished?

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"Jim Fear" as written by Benjamin Allen Weinman


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    General CommentI'm guessing it's about a guy who stay in his home all day and looks at porn...but I could be wrong
    kijimaon September 14, 2002   Link
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    General CommentThis was the first DEP song i heard and I didn't really like it. They are now one of my favorite bands...
    donniedarko28on October 19, 2004   Link
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    General Commentthe lyrics to me are a little silly, but i guess sadly true, not many bands really write lyrics like this! but this is one of my fav dep numbers, the guitar work is amazing.
    leonperkinon October 27, 2004   Link
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    General CommentThis song gives me a headache
    Lateralus518on September 24, 2007   Link
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    General CommentThis song is about the darkness of teenage rape. For instance when a hot girl who's too drunk passes out at a party and a lonely porn hermit takes advantage of it. More metaphorically dimitri explains it.
    SaviorSalvation213on December 31, 2007   Link
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    General Commentseriously though 'Alfresco Slapsticked and Foam Mouth Sunshine' are probably the best lyrics i've ever read. Can't find that uniqueness on Black Bubblegum, ugh.
    SaviorSalvation213on February 16, 2008   Link
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    My InterpretationI think it's referring to pornography. It might satisfy someone's animal urges, but it's a fake experience. It's not one of the most meaningful songs on the album, but an interesting enough one.
    aleksiempainenon January 14, 2014   Link

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