He
Won't ride in
Cars anymore
It reminds him of
Blowjobs
That he's a queer
And his hair
Stuck to the roof, over the wheel
Like a pigeon on a tire
Goes around
And circles over circles
And he's a queer
And his hair
On the roof
Like a pigeon
Goes around
Says he's a man
And his eyes
And his hair
And his eyes
Say he's a man
He won't ride anymore
He won't ride anymore
He won't ride anymore

Home is a rage
Feels like a cage
Home is what you read
How you breathe
Home is how you live
I feel boxed in
I feel boxed in
I feel boxed in
Think I'll be all right
Home is where the heart lies
The heart lies
The heart lies
Welcome home
Welcome home
Welcome home

It's under the strangle of winter (?)
I only love pieces of things that I hate
Like this box, this piece of roof
I can't grasp, can't see true
A piece of past
Days like today
Like a decade ago
Painful to remember like today

I've been here another year, another day
Ocean waving flies and a child
Girl you complain
To kiss the rotten broken knee

You may be dreaming
You may be bleeding
You may be in this box

A kitchen is a place where you prepare
And clean up
Clean up
Clean up
Clean up


Lyrics submitted by weezerific:cutlery

Vicky's Box song meanings
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  • +1
    General Comment"Like this box, this piece of roof
    I can't grasp, can't see true"

    That should be "can't see through", I think.

    This song is still a mystery to me. It seems to be about a closeted gay man and a housewife who feels suffocated, but the relation between the two is left to the imagination. The last verse about the kitchen is quite chilling.
    PonFarron July 31, 2011   Link
  • 0
    General CommentHome is where the heart lies. The heart lies! The heart lies!
    leahperon June 07, 2010   Link
  • -1
    General CommentThe Vicky of the title name is artist/photographer Victoria Cessna and her website is vicskitschn.com
    Alfodon February 28, 2007   Link

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