"Pulmonary Archery" as written by and Dallas/ingelevics Green....
Let's go!
It's never too late to be early
Or try and maintain
Some scrap of integrity and certainty
I guess.

(My fingers)
Won't apologize
(Are blistered and bleeding)
And 1977
Was a long time
(Was a long time)
Time ago
(Time ago)
I don't care.

I don't care how things
Were and I won't
I won't apologize.
Fuck you.

And the Alamo penetrated
And there is little hope
For the white man so
Hop on your rainbow
And ride

(My fingers)
So I'll ride it into
(Are blistered and bleeding)
And ride into oblivion
For all I care
(There's no longer)
You could be early
Or late
(That you brought)

Lyrics submitted by eulogyxforxanxangel, edited by NoiseMan

"Pulmonary Archery" as written by Wade Macneil Dallas Green

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    General CommentY'know. I never looked at it this way. Ediger may be right on this one (though i doubt the same for Waterwings, which is clearly about divorce). To me, this is what it sounds like: He was late for history class and the teacher insisted he apologizes. This makes him angry. He sits down and writes an angry song about not caring about this shit that doesnt matter. Then he starts trailing off with the whole Alamo thing (wasnt there a war where the Mexicans beat the Americans involving the Alamo or something like that? I dont know anything about American history). He jsut starts having fun and moves onto the artsy part about the rainbow. If you've ever written lyrics, you should know that sometimes you make no connection, but it just sounds great, so you keep it.
    PointingAndLaughingon December 25, 2005   Link

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