Skin and eyes.
Skinny skinny.
Naturally glamorous. So
Naturally glamorous.

A couple cold
Hammers. A bag
Of cut hair. Say
Fuck a lot. Shades
Of Dorian Gray.

So in like
In lost in
You like
A talking

So close
Eyes. Explaining
To the blind.

Every gesture.
God, licking
And spit
Gently. Could
Groan forever.

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    i want to listen to this song after doing it.

    of course, i have to find someone willing to do it with me and listen to joan of arc afterwards.

    i'm not sure which one would be hardest.

    oh no, disaster!on March 19, 2003   Link
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    It would be much harder to get someone to listen to Joan of Arc.

    WhiteTideon April 21, 2003   Link
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    im pretty sure if you give them sex they will listen to anything you want.

    whitkneeon June 05, 2003   Link
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    im pretty sure if you give them sex they will listen to anything you want.

    whitkneeon June 05, 2003   Link
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    i agree with white tide... much harder to get someone to listen joan of arc... but for me is one of the best bands...

    rene1441on May 03, 2004   Link
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    Alright oh no, disaster...

    matteoormatteoon November 08, 2004   Link
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    amzing vocals from tim and davey. "skin and eyes"

    lazyduck187on January 14, 2005   Link
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    oh no, disaster! has the best username ever.

    this song is sweet. "so close your eyes. explaining colors to the blind."

    redandbluejeanson June 03, 2006   Link
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    i love the fragment sentences in these lyrics. it's alot like basil's kite by cap'n jazz

    halobreakon December 25, 2006   Link
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    isn't this joan of arc at their best??

    and, i would say yes to any proposition involving joan of arc. hint.

    burning_bridgeson June 24, 2007   Link

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