I have two heads.
Where's the man? He's late.
One burns, one sky
Where's the man? He's late.
I'm two-headed, one free, one sticky.

But is it freedom can burn?
Is sticky ever blue?
For instance, where's my husband?

This is what I need.
Why I can't stay.
God, this is the devil.
Too bad he's late.
I love the smell of beer.
The smell of dark, the feel of dark, to feel the rug
To press the rug beneath me.
A small party.

But is it sinners can burn?
I hear we let them speak.
For instance, where's my husband?

If you're my husband.
I tell you something.

Dance on a devil's roof.
Under a devil's moon.
I don't care
And you don't move
And you don't move
And you don't move

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  • +1
    My InterpretationThe crickster is spot on. This is about bipolar disorder, a topic which Hersh frequently comes back to. I am huge Muses fan and I think Crickster's interpetation of "the man" is interesting but I always thought of it as Hersh relating a melt down. Her husband is late and she is trying to tell herself to keep calm but her emotions are running away from her. Anybody who suffers from bipolar disorder can relate. Another great song about just the depression aspect of bi-polar by TM is "Fall Down," also on Hunkpapa.
    jpacention March 28, 2012   Link

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