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Music to make you stutter

I've been a biplane dog fighter Henson invention
Trooper burst result of Dragon Ball Z/Speed Racer gene splicing
Mach force, blind the extorted style from the common dirty
Destiny dream sighting, important as split the prints
God shit the planet screaming "What on Earth is that?"
I sit back five dimensions
Only to muscle the overcooked specimen
Fending tragic fatality successful dodging violets
All hail Mary and hello dollies!
I flow ridiculous, indigenous to now
Who holds the fifth golden ticket?
Saw the wicked war phantom mansion beyond the pickets
The house next door to when the stick ball clears the fence
Y'all hesitate to fetch it!
I was walking through a pinball tilt built landscape
Pterodactyl circling turtle
I bite the bullet in a wingspan shadow
Suck and rust the oxygen gulps
And spit the metal directly back up the barrel
We ice grill the silhouettes (right)
The common decency factors a low ball estimate of zero
My testament is striking B-boy stances
Dancing past the foggy mirror
With wipes clean the billy goat beard, camouflage the spirit
I'm at six degrees of sexy sarcasm
Yeah never swam up inside summer jam classic
Under the bed backwards bastard
Scavenging the carnival grounds for an outlet
Who the fuck is Aes Rock?
I'm not a name to keep at arms length
Adjacent to little ? quilt makeshift
Sick security mechanism, check your mission
I am not a vision, check your mission
Just a simple sour patch delinquent
No it will not help you shove your Lincoln

[Chorus: x2]
I alone settle
I alone peddle in the mud
I alone, I condone rebel zone planting
I alone stand in a social coma
All up to your dome, follow I alone

Now you see me, now you don't

Well he was maverick enough but still scraped up
Taki One-Eighty-Three innovation for the kids
Brick foot iron lung honor
Escape through the night like a disgruntled teen Krylon bomber
Without a care inside from posting the roster
Mal-adjusted blank faced civilian dispersed feelings
Reeling in several separate defunct fame-booster modules
This nervous twitch mark the most delectable ingredient
See Aesop starving troops in cell blocks with strap-on feeding bins
(More like) Like I'd auction off a fuck for that blind cause you ride in
I'd rather find the floors and watch you hide them
Feel the haggered look penetrate brain castle
Blasting clear out the back of this batches sour wind collection
(Flash flooder!)
You're a fuckin' wind-up toy
A goddamn four string criminal trading card
The reason they decorate the fonts of closing credits
To boost on-looker amusement after fading hard
Catch more Z's than Rip Van Winkle's Twelve Step Narcolepsy Seminar
The action, we all compete the masked illusion
The common folk, I provoke em all
Challenge thirty balance
I alone pour talent while they fidget
If the revolution ain't gon' be televised
Then fuck, I'll probably miss it

[Chorus: x2]


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    General Comment

    Possible areas to oversee, based on observations:

    "I SLID back five dimensions."

    I'm almost certain about this line:

    "Adjacent to little LINUS quilt makeshift."

    catatonic121on January 30, 2005   Link
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    General Comment

    Heh, not sure but I reckon "Challenge thirty balance I alone pour talent..." should be "Challenge dirty ballots, I elope with talent"

    Great song either way anyway, it probably means something to Aes himself but I doubt anyone else can get to the bottom of it :)

    Eschatonon July 19, 2007   Link
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    General Comment

    "If the revolution ain't gon' be televised Then fuck, I'll probably miss it" -reference to the Gil-Scot Heron song, "The Revolution Will Not Be Televised." i can't figure out half of the meanings of his lyrics, but i know Aes listens to some good music. Aesops killin it, i tell you what.

    makeupisuglyon September 29, 2008   Link
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    Song Meaning

    I think the song is about sleep and laziness as the title suggests. Or maybe the sleep is an extended medaphor for something else.

    jeanconnoron January 02, 2011   Link

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