"Pandora" as written by Simon Philip Raymonde, Elizabeth Fraser and Robin A. Guthrie....
(I'm in love with hers)
Our room, a hot and big and kick and burn our group
Attack our tacky home
(I'm in the lights with him)

I feel I'm cheating when I sing shudder
And can I and mourn and tis an arm for us
(I'm at home in the lance)
I feel I've been

(Ferdinand and was sad a lot in her house)
(Falling over hers)
Feed me you've pretended if I were you
To fall for her for little Ferdinand fast kettle

(Ferdinand and was sad a lot in her house)
For good for better Fred is dead will flee ill feef
Aloof from waft a coffee effort
(I'm at home in lance)

Falled on yanks
(Ferdinand and was sad a lot in her house)

[Repeat: x2]
Forty feet
Forty Franks
Fish fate
Fiss fate
Clean fish
Formidable
Formidable
Formidable
Formidable
Formidable
Formidable

And it in no one
(And) I've looked
And it in no one

Free emparted


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"Pandora" as written by Robin A. Guthrie Elizabeth Fraser

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    General Commenti love this song and it means absolutely nothing. :)
    lovelyritalucyon April 05, 2008   Link
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    General CommentCocteau Twins are masters of creating great atmosphere with nothing but lyrical jibberish.
    monster36604on January 13, 2009   Link
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    General Commentyeah, I'd prefer to not see the 'lyrics'...I like them for lyrical jibberish
    snowfoxon November 18, 2009   Link
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    General Commentconsidering Liz Fraser says she picked random words from lots of diffrent languages to make her lyrics when recording this album this entire page is pointless and these lyrics are wrong
    cosmichandson August 15, 2010   Link
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    General CommentThe lyrics are definitely gibberish- just barely there words and sounds mumbled to add texture and take you to a different dimension. Its amazing how Liz makes lyrics into another type of sound, its like it adds another layer to the music besides the instrumentation and despite the lack of concrete words with a decided meaning. Liz truly uses her voice as an instrument.

    This song makes me feel two things: Resignation to the inevitable. And indifference in the face of death. Like a society is dying off, but they aren't afraid, instead they are accepting, ready even. And they sing their magical, otherworldly swan song as they march straight towards destruction. Somehow its not completely depressing though.. its almost admirable instead. Like maybe death will bring them to a better place. That's what I see when I sit back, listen, and close my eyes.

    Other thoughts? I'd love to hear from some people. :)
    silverxxangelon August 15, 2011   Link

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