"The Fruit That Ate Itself" as written by and Isaac Brock Eric Judy....
Take a drive in the wrong hand lane
Got bad breath talking bout fresh rain
My hand my hand gonna shake the same
Are you gonna be your own goddamn best friend
Well we taught the fruit how to eat itself
It was hanging out alone all on the shelf
How do I land
Cause I don't understand
Walk across the country shaking many hands
And you're buying the product,
But you didn't get that 'cause you already got it
And you do not understand
Take a drive
Black hole talking bout nothing
You can't get the chicken or the stuffing
Going round and you think your tough
When you can't kick ass
Take a ride on a downtown train
Wake-up so you can get drunk again well
Take a drive in the wrong hand lane
Got bad breath talking bout fresh rain
We taught the mirror how to admire itself
Are you gonna get sick worrying bout your health
Where do I land
I don't understand

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"The Fruit That Ate Itself" as written by Isaac Brock Eric Judy

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  • +5
    General Commentcan someone figure out what the hell Issac's saying about muffins?
    eleventyon October 14, 2006   Link
  • +3
    General Commentpeople not accepting blame...

    adam and eve both said the other "ate the fruit"

    I can just see god standing there, "Oh, so the fruit ate itself?!"
    a9entsmithon July 30, 2007   Link
  • +2
    General CommentI remember one time I was walking home listening to this, and just as the "how do I land" line played, I looked up to see a plane overhead.

    I dunno. It was perfect.
    Dance Hallon May 10, 2004   Link
  • +2
    General CommentThis is clearly about how society is following the wrong path. "Take a drive in the wrong hand lane"
    It portrays the whole idea of mankind being the creator of it's own demise. With technology and machines. "well we taught the fruit how to eat itself" nad "we taught the mirror how to admire itself" clearly portray that. If you can't catch that well, be prepared to be you're own destruction.
    DecoyOctopuson January 13, 2006   Link
  • +1
    General CommentI think this is a song about hypochondria and fucking the American Capitalist system and hypocritical oxymoronic trendy motherfuckers. Who knows...it could be all or none of the before-mentioned. I've given up trying to figure it out...it's just damn good music. I think the last line of the song nicely sums up my attitude concerning the lyrical content.
    WhiteTideon June 29, 2002   Link
  • +1
    General Commentthe album cover for The Fruit That Ate Itself is cool...its like deep or something...im bad at explaining what i think
    bLUE_PeNgUiNon January 27, 2005   Link
  • +1
    General Commentif you can resist rocking out to this song you are a better man than i. if the bass line doesn't get me the "bwa chika bwa chika bwa chika" does and soon enough i'm yelling "WELL WELL WELL WELL WELL WELL WELL WELL"
    HyperGlitteron August 10, 2006   Link
  • 0
    General Commentnah i think its bout trying to project an image about being fake which much of america is but i see it as one person not a whole object walk across the country shaking many hands
    and you're buying the product,
    but you didn't get that cos you already got it
    and you do not understand
    thats like saying that your out there to everyone trying to be something your not but youve also lost all identity of yourself thats what i see the songs about
    Shawnfischeron August 02, 2002   Link
  • 0
    General CommentThis is one of my favorite songs along with I came as a rat. Is anyone into Red Red meat or Ugly cassanova....Isaak is great i heard he has schitzophrenia...sorry if i spelled it wrong.
    modestmouse33on June 26, 2003   Link
  • 0
    General Commentthis song sounds like a modest mouse rap song. Its so bad ass
    barnacleson October 30, 2004   Link

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