I love you Jesus Christ
Jesus Christ I love you
Yes I do

I love you Jesus Christ
Jesus Christ I love you
Yes I do

And on the lazy days
The dogs dissolve and drain away
The world it goes
And all awaits
The day we are awaiting

Up and over
We go through the wave and undertow
I will float until I learn how to swim
Inside my mother in a garbage bin
Until I find myself again again '

Up and over we go
Mouths open wide and spitting still
And I will spit until I learn how to speak
Up through the doorway as the sideboards creek
With them ever proclaiming me me oh

Up and over
We go the weight it sits on down and I don't know
I will shout until they know what I mean
I mean the marriage of a dead dog sing
And a synthetic flying machine machine

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"The King of Carrot Flowers, Pts. 2-3" as written by Jeff Mangum

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    General CommentI've always taken the opening line to be a declaration, not a statement. I think of it as something similar to say "I love you, god dammit!" It changes the tone of the song from being about religion to being about passionate passionate love for another human being.

    That's how I like to think of it at least.
    elcheeserpuffon August 18, 2014   Link

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