I'm lazy, you know it
I'm ready for the second show
Amazin', thing growing
Just waitin' for the juice to flow

But you're so very picturesque
You're so very cold
Tastes like roses on your breath
But graveyards on your soul

I'm hurting, I'm wanting
I'm aching for another go
You're squirming wet, baby
Nothin' bad comin' very slow
And it's burnin' holes in me

You're so very picturesque
You're so very cold
It tastes like roses on your breath
But graveyards on your soul... whoa-oh

One spastic explosion
Two pressure-cookers go insane
It makes me act crazy
I shiver but I love this game

You're so very ordinary
You're so very lame
Tastes like whiskey on your lips
And earthworms rule your brain

Lyrics submitted by Aniland

Blue Turk Lyrics as written by Alice Cooper Michael Bruce

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    General CommentTHis is a nice song - but what is it about? Remember that Alice Cooper was the original shock rocker. I am pretty sure it is a jazzy tune about necrophilia. I have been hearing this o my ipod lately and kept thinking it is about sex, basically, and after the sex the narrator doesn't think much of the girl, who seems pretty passive, and I thought, "Well, he's a misogynist."

    But now that I am here and am actually reading the lyrics I am seeing her described as cold, earthworms, lame, graveyards - uhh - I am starting to see some necrophiliac spiel here.

    Only "One spastic explosion two pressure cookers go insane" doesn't fit into this interpretation, does it? If she were dead there wouldn't be "two" pressure cookers going insane, would there?

    It would be interesting to hear from somebody who had seen this song performed live back in the day as Alice Cooper had quite a stage show - might add some insight.
    moikon December 19, 2008   Link
  • 0
    General CommentI like it
    Anilandon October 29, 2006   Link
  • 0
    General Commentsexually suave
    sofa king coolon January 05, 2007   Link
  • 0
    General CommentThis doesn't sound like Alice Cooper now, but still great song to listen to.
    Pink_Floyd_fanon February 02, 2007   Link
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    General CommentI've always had this question about the title. What does the title, "Blue Turk", mean? I never heard of the word turk. what's turk mean?
    Pink_Floyd_fanon May 09, 2007   Link
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    General CommentThe title's a bit of a puzzle. "Blue" could mean obscene, as in blue movies, or it could just imply post-coital melancholy. Turk is almost certainly filthy - it's usually a verb meaning to have sex. But Turkish means anal sex, so there might be a hint of that meaning, too. Hope this helps. Wonderful song, one of Alice's finest. Love the way it comes down to earth at the end.
    morbid moragon June 09, 2008   Link
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    General CommentThe song was just part of the tale to the Welcome To My Nightmare album. It's about having sex with a dead corpse, Ethyl. Alice has said so himself and it's pretty obvious.
    Alice Cooperon January 04, 2009   Link
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    General CommentYes, necophilia fits. Only ONE spastic explosion but TWO pressure cookers - his balls? Very crude, very Alice! Thanks, moik.
    Still a weird title.
    morbid moragon January 28, 2009   Link
  • 0
    General CommentI have read alot of the comments here. Alice aint dead! His shows a better than ever.Go see one!
    uhjigalion October 27, 2009   Link
  • 0
    General CommentA blue Turk is a celestial nomad. Goodnight everybody
    josh81290on April 29, 2014   Link

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