In a land made of string
Where the hills are balls of twine
And the doctor knits the sun
Down in a baseball diamond mine

And the mozzarella sweaters
Get sewn to the tits
Where the lump behind the sheet
Is where the tumor took a shit
And I'll be getting head
Under the rainbow
And I'll be getting head
Under the rainbow
And I'll be getting head
Under the rainbow

Well we came upon a cracker
And we all came on this cracker
And the last one had to eat it
And she did

But she threw it up like a whore
And the sunshine stabbed right through her
Like a whore on a skewer
In the wind


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    "we came upon a cracker" ... as in we approached a triscut or the like

    "and we all came on that cracker" ...we all ejaculated (ew I don't really like the way that word sounds) on the cracker

    my friend was explaining this to me... apparently there's this game that people play where they all masturbate and cum onto a cracker or a cookie and then the last person to cum has to eat the cracker

    hmmmm... I love Adam Green so much

    maud*on January 17, 2007   Link
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    These lyrics aren't complete. Here's the rest of them:

    and i'll be getting head under the rainbow and i'll be getting head under the rainbow and i'll be getting head under the raaa-inbo-oh-w

    now the king was reading comics when he stepped into some vomit and he screamed like forty wolves being burned alive

    and i rode my dolphin adam and he fed my dolphin stars he fed my dolphin stars like you'd put gasoline in cars

    papa was smart but mama said i wasn't now i've got a million dollars but who doesn't?

    gonna go to the graveyard to get some beggin' done gonna dig up megan and cut out my son

    Onoraon June 23, 2007   Link
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    sings under the rainbow!! ah, lovely song that makes no sense.

    xheroic_attemptxon April 24, 2004   Link
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    hehe head under a rainbow..classic

    SaveMoeon January 10, 2005   Link
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    Me and my friend were having a discussion about the verse "well we came upon a cracker and we all came on this cracker and the last one had to eat it and she did"

    I had always assumed cracker meant WHITE GIRL and the eating of the cracker was simply various sexual acts performed orally - therefore eating the come. (And hence throwing up. That's quite the failure of a whore, there.)

    He, on the other hand thought it was literally a cracker.

    Adam Green is so completely out there it could go either way. But now I'm curious: whose got the filthier mind, me, or my friend? Lesbianic acts are so mundane, but eating a comeloaded cracker? Oh my.

    jinxedinsanityon July 27, 2006   Link
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    Personally I think by "came" he merely means approached, and used the word "came" so that people would argue about it.

    ChrisWojon September 26, 2006   Link
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    viginti also means force, as in the three forces(faces), father, son,holy spirit. As well as past present future.Ps. I am pretty sure there is not a fourth face on the other side

    therealcedricon September 26, 2006   Link
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    anybody have any thoughts about the title?

    maud*on January 17, 2007   Link
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    To me this song is about how he lives a vice ridden life full of sex and drugs and he has sex with a girl and gets her pregnant but she dies before going to term.

    Killasideshowon August 14, 2007   Link
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    i think trying to find true meaning in any adam green song is pretty futile, but i do have a few comments on this one. first of all, the term cracker refers to a white person in general, not just a white girl, but in the song i do believe he's speaking of an actual saltine. there was a rumor around my high school that the hockey team did the same ritual, and i think the line "the last one had to eat it, and she did" is pretty funny because it really isn't an activity for females (or anybody, really). as far as the title, there's the part about the sweaters sewn to tits, combine that with the swastikas in the title and it reminds me of the patches that the nazis made jews wear. why they're made of cheese, i don't know, but like i said, adam green is not an artist whose lyrics should be analyzed too much. you may just go crazy.

    crocodile_smileon September 08, 2008   Link

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