"Porpoise Head" as written by Peter Distefano, Stephen Perkins and Perry Farrell....
Here I lay waiting
for the bubbles to settle
I'm going down low
where your sleep meets your mental
Two tries at killing me
they couldn't do it
I ran down the road
with no shoes and no jacket
Here I go dive away
Watch me dive away
Hey porpoise head
oh porpoise head
I know young boys
they all want to be bad
Don't think it's madder
to be a genius
Give me a lover
who won't give me troubles
Some sexy dreams
to chew on these bubbles
Here I go dive away
Watch me dive away
Hey porpoise head
oh porpoise head
I set sail with a tickle in my tail
I smell the bleach on the thin white sheets...
Here I lay waiting
for the bubbles to settle
I'm going down low where
your sleep meets your mental
two bags in Lilly's hands
just for the morning
into the bathroom
with cottons for swabbing
Here I go dive away
Watch me dive away
Hey porpoise head
oh porpoise head
Hey porpoise head
oh porpoise head



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"Porpoise Head" as written by Peter Distefano Perry Farrell

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    General CommentThe songs about heroin
    mescalinemanon January 29, 2005   Link
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    General CommentI think porpoise head is his nickname for his dick
    starman714on March 04, 2014   Link
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    General CommentCottons for swabbing for filtering the heroin, two bags of it for two lovers. Maybe Farrell and co thought this song is about ultimately blissful love, having sex in seventh heaven. Personally I don't see it this way, though. To me this song is about being incapble of loving someone without something to tone down the terror of the being vulnerable. In an odd way this song is akin to the Stooges' Now I wanna be your dog, where the terror of being loved is toned down by contempt and domination, fueled by amphetamines and aggression.
    lynxrattleon February 17, 2017   Link

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