So you've got balls now
Marie on the run
Down on Newberry Street
Seventeen seconds of fun

Apes are overrated, blucky
A kinky batch of pudding, yay
Garbage dump pumpkin rot
And candy-apple gray

Werewolf in a flower bed
Perfect day for lucky guy
This song was never meant to be released
What's that flaming ball in the sky?

The crackhead from Texas
He can read my feet
A bruised piñata
And a liquid pixie

If friends were flowers
Nothing gold can stay
Consexual sense
And squeegee tales

Bees in the cookie jar
Symphonic despair
Reinventing the manifesto
I, you, we don't care

Jacuzzis and bunnies
A broken fondue set
Kool G is in the outhouse
You can be my Mr. French

This old frisbee
Is shitting in the alley
I saw a naked picture of me on the Internet
Wearing Jesus' new snowshoes
Golly gee

If hell is crowded, then we shall sing
A hip song for the kids in the back
For Michelle & the dripping of a faucet
Ride the vicious bicycle on the tracks

Olympic mayonnaise, Dr. Thunder
Low occupancy vehicle stops and starts
With Hollywood suspicion
The doctor had snake parts

Lyrics submitted by Eamon

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    General CommentThis song is composed of lines submitted to the official website by eels fans. Supposedly.

    I've never actually spoken to anyone who claims to have sent in any of these lyrics, so it may just be a little bit of a joke.
    eris13on April 05, 2005   Link
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    General CommentThis song is freakin' amazing it's just so random and has absolutly no meaning and that's why its so amazing
    PartingoftheSensoryon May 29, 2009   Link
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    General CommentI think it is a good interpretation of what a hidden track usually composes of; often nonsensical and meaningless, throwaway songs by the artist that they don't much care for. But they are always popular and thought to be good simply because they're obscure and secret.
    tittletaton October 29, 2009   Link

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