how will they know just where to find?
under this bridge i lie down. see how they
run catch butterfly trip over words with
gifts and garage
pheurton
how will they know just where to find?
down on their knees holding hairpiece see
how they flock ten for some grapes trip
over words with
gifts and garage. pheurton



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    This song is amazing, but unfortunately... these lyrics are far from that. I think some guy just listened to the song and tried to figure out what the words most closely rhymed with. They are definitely wrong in many many ways.

    Chebwaon September 27, 2002   Link
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    what a great song... i think the lyrics are correct.

    DarkApathyon April 04, 2003   Link
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    yeah, theyre right. actually, theyre perfect.

    this is another kinda haunting song. the piano adds a lot, its different from the other songs on the album.

    liddy001on July 02, 2003   Link
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    i absolutely love this song...the piano reminds me of really creepy circus music like in horror movies for some reason...but its soooo good...addictive, practically

    bottledwaterh2oon April 30, 2004   Link
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    I think this song has something to do with ruining beauty...like catching a butterfly for a collection or something...how we selfishly destroy a beautiful thing for our own needs. I dunno...

    chapfalleneyeson May 19, 2004   Link
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    I actually totally agree with you on that... it does make a fair ammount of sense

    TheMarchOfFlameson December 19, 2004   Link
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    Jeremy sure makes up a lot of words for song titles.

    Taobethon March 03, 2005   Link
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    this song also makes me think of a kid who ran away from home:

    "how will they know just where to find?
    under this bridge i lie down..."

    he rests under a bridge for shelter and to hide from his parents. the rest reminds me of some possible imagery of his adventures, maybe watching other runaways, homeless people, or animals playing with trash like wigs, fighting over food (the grapes) etc.

    pfinarffleon March 25, 2005   Link
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    pfinarffle, you caught my mental image perfectly. I can imagine it raining too. Hehe.

    Tack-o-Ramaon January 25, 2006   Link
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    i think the band Early November use the piano tune as filler at the end of their song "Exchanging Two Hundred." just an interesting fact.

    inbetweenmoleculeson March 05, 2006   Link

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