"Plastis Wafer" as written by and Kevin Barnes....
Lover face, I'll do you as the
Revolver introduced in my play, act one
Lover face, want to make you ejaculate
Until it's no longer fun

I confess to really being quite charmed
By your feminine effects
You're the only one
With whom I would role play Oedipus Rex

I want you to be my pleasure puss
I want to know what it's like to be inside you
I want you to be my pleasure puss
I want to know how it feels
Want to give you that

Lover face, how your ass is pumping
Sweet licentious songs. lover face
You're a scandal, your body is so wrong, wrong

Bless my lips with your Sunlandic kisses.
While our hands explore each others human vessels
Whoa, you know, like four excited spiders

I want you to be my pleasure puss
I want to know what it's like to be inside you
I want you to be my pleasure puss
I want to know how it feels
Want to give you that

You gave me such a rush
Make my whole body blush
I don't care if they say you're just my crutch
I know you're not
You're the only good thing I've got

Everything's so much more complicated
Over the phone

You are such a star, oh, you know you are
I just once looked through today
Had the mind to call your name, internally
Through my seventh sense that's hallucinating
Anyway we're artifacts of demigodly zero logic denizens

I just came in your arms tonight.
You and I are friends, not some polemic
To be puzzled over, listened
They set my wings so randomly
When you're dead I'll search for you like Orpheus
I'll find you, some way

You are such a star, oh, you know you are
I'll tell you one thing
I know you want my kisses in your narcissistic collapse
Because it's so painful when they amputate the taygog

See all the prison corpses lined up along beach
They're ringing the bells of the church to drive everybody insane
As the patina lives the tawdy mountain stallion on its water on the shore

I can't get off of these moving lights off the face
No, I can't get all those little moving lights off the face
So I went out to the country, sat down on some straw

But I'm not putting out for God tonight
I'm not putting out for God would kill my legs shut, shut
It's a mistake lighting little white candles to make him love you
Oh, he's cold by any city's standards

They want to turn you down
How 'bout if all you children and Tayshuns

You know The Northern Lights, they don't forget about you (they don't)
Goddamn concierge
I think I can do it myself
Just trying to get help here

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"Plastis Wafer" as written by Kevin Barnes


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  • +3
    General CommentEasily my favorite on the new album... I love how the song changes to suit the lyrical content.

    This man is a genius.
    The_Variableon September 17, 2008   Link
  • +2
    General CommentOedipux Rex (Oedipus the King), is one of the greatest Greek tragedies written by Sophocles. Oedipus, abandoned at birth, returns as an adult to (unknowingly) kill his father and wed & bed his mother. His mother ends up hanging herself, and Oedipus gouges out his eyes.
    I think perhaps Barnes is suggesting that the object of this song is the one person he can explore the outer limits of sexual transgression with.
    Th0rnon October 08, 2008   Link
  • +2
    General Commentthis song is too sexy

    maureenomalley23on December 13, 2008   Link
  • +1
    General CommentThe most famous story in which Orpheus figures is that of his wife Eurydice (also known as Agriope). While fleeing from Aristaeus (son of Apollo), Eurydice ran into a nest of snakes which bit her fatally on her heel. Distraught, Orpheus played such sad songs and sang so mournfully that all the nymphs and gods wept. On their advice, Orpheus traveled to the underworld and by his music softened the hearts of Hades and Persephone (he was the only person ever to do so), who agreed to allow Eurydice to return with him to earth on one condition: he should walk in front of her and not look back until they both had reached the upper world. In his anxiety he forgot that both needed to be in the upper world, and he turned to look at her, and she vanished for the second time, but now forever. The story in this form belongs to the time of Virgil, who first introduces the name of Aristaeus. Other ancient writers, however, speak of Orpheus' visit to the underworld; according to Phaedrus in Plato's Symposium (179d), the infernal gods only "presented an apparition" of Eurydice to him. Ovid says that Eurydice's death was not caused by fleeing from Aristaeus but by dancing with naiads on her wedding day.
    goeataclamon September 08, 2008   Link
  • +1
    General Commentit's "...when they amputate the EGO"
    Warren Judkinson October 13, 2008   Link
  • +1
    Song MeaningThe first line is an allusion to 'Chekhov's gun'. The playwright Chekhov said that if a revolver is introduced in a play or even hangs on a wall, it must go off later in the play. i.e. everything in a play or work of art has to have a point, otherwise leave it out.

    I'm not sure how this relates to the song, maybe Kevin means he knows that she'll definitely "go off" later, with a bang i'm assuming.
    the_elevating_trickon December 30, 2008   Link
  • +1
    General CommentI thought it was Plastis Wafers, not plastis wafer..?
    Wearygigapeton June 30, 2009   Link
  • +1
    General CommentIt IS echoing of "such a, such a star," but there's also a "fucking" being sung over it at the same time.
    MarsZarkoon March 09, 2010   Link
  • 0
    General Commentlover face, i view you as the revolver

    (lover face throughout the song)

    your body is so wrong
    patm718on September 04, 2008   Link
  • 0
    General Commenti'm not putting out for god - he would keep my legs shut

    "you know the nightmares, they don't forget about you" (this fits with several other lines throughout the album)

    "god damn the concierge!"

    "just trying to get healthy"
    patm718on September 07, 2008   Link

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