Reassembling artichokes with Esther
Made breakfast for (you) while you arrive in your car
And we gave an introduction to our calloused shoe heels and our exposed red lips

Da-na-na (x4)

Reassembling Time magazine with you
Put some butterflies in so they can see the lights
And we heard a new direction for our pushing elbows and our sarcastic heads

And we planned out for a new decade and the pony counted zero
A sit for sit from Julingtown and dragging
And everything we hold there
And everything we've brought
Has been dying laughing; crying, sighing, sagging.

Da-na-na (x5)
Da-na-na (x5)


Resembling artichokes with Esther?
Make breakfast for (you) while you arrive in your car
And that's when I realized
That you have already

You have already, you have already heard (x3)
You've already heard
The sound this mouth can make

You have already heard
The sound this mouth can make

Lyrics submitted by bocmaxima, edited by SongFox

Artichokes song meanings
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    General CommentUnfortunately I didn't have time to ask him what the heck he was saying when I saw them live, but I think this is a little more correct.
    SongFoxon September 23, 2013   Link
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    General CommentThought I'd give this one a crack. Please post comments if you have corrections.
    bocmaximaon May 03, 2012   Link

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