If I sleep too much
A good Chinese apple
Shine to the touch
My sweet-feeling capital
It's hard to change
Something supernatural

Unlock my body and move myself at last
In the warm liquid, flowing glowing glass
Classical music, blasting masks are ringing in my ears

Am I waiting for the only recovery of simple paths between the branches
Flowering chance fence-slats rattling
Fingers pushing through slowly brushing past a fast glimpse of you

If I sleep too much
A good Chinese apple
Shine to the touch
My sweet-feeling capital
It's hard to change
Something supernatural


Lyrics submitted by Curlequ

Chinese Apple Lyrics as written by Jim O'rourke Jeff Tweedy

Lyrics © BMG Rights Management

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    General CommentAm I waiting for the uncovering of simple paths between the branchs
    Flowering chance fence-slats rattling
    Fingers pushing through slowly brushing past a fast glimps of you
    Curlequon October 18, 2006   Link
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    General CommentThe finger picking on this song is inspiring. Jeff Tweedy and Jim O'Rourke's guitars sound like a summer day.
    zbaile1074on September 12, 2012   Link

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