"Wet Blanket" as written by and James Shaw Emily Haines....
Flowers at dawn
You swing along
Mary and dave
I heard them say

Come in down
To java's shop
Exploitedly-me
Explicitly-say~......
Sought a fever

[Repeat: x4]
She's my wet blanket

Sea pass allude
Gone for the grass
Jewish construe I had the rest
So far the same utter the vain

Yield me on in cause I haven't sinned~ ...
For a long time

[Repeat: x4]
She's my wet blanket

What do you see....
Sunshine burning on my skin
What do you need...
Yule-log serenade..!

What do you feel
Eminent!~...
Reels spindle me
Round and round~..........

Heh...!
Flowers at dawn
You swing along
Mary and dave

I heard them say
Come in down
To java's shop
Yield me on in cause I haven't sinned ...
For a long time

[Repeat: x5]
She's my wet blanket


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"Wet Blanket" as written by James Shaw Emily Haines

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    General CommentFirstly, a forewarning: I look at things pretty shallow and litteral.

    Okay, now as for the song lyric. I have been listening to this song (The Butterfingers in general) for a little over a year now. I can say this song is one of theirs in particular that I like. With that being said, I have always pictured this song as the writer looking back on a summer day in appreciation-- if you'll notice, the lyrics strongly hint on a beautiful, idealy-summer day.

    Errr, to simplify that, it's the lyricist (Emmet?) in retrospect, particularly looking back on some certain times and especially of times with a certain someone-- likely a family member or girlfriend.
    myfriendsareinmyheadon September 01, 2002   Link

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