"Ghost Bitch" as written by Robert Bert, Kim A. Godron, Thurston J. Moore and Lee M. Ranaldo....
Slowly pour the liquid down
For miles and miles it flows along
Rose colored neon lighted
Swirl around turn around
Feel the touch of my hand
Swirl around swirl around
Fellow shadows black and blue
All around all around
Locking arms side by side
Crouch down before the fire's light
You're the first day of my life

I had no belief before
Until I had this dream last night
I still remember their savage cries
So serious in their right
Faces painted in joyous fright
In the dawns early light
Oh say did you see the color of my eternity
And the sweat on my skin
Our founding fathers laid right down
And Indian ghost from long ago
They gave birth to my bastard kin
America it is called
A sensation of eternity
Locking arms side by side
Crouch down before fire's light
You're the first day of my life

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"Ghost Bitch" as written by Lee M. Ranaldo Kim A. Godron

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    General CommentTo me, this is about the founding fathers of America who invaded America and killed off the native Americans. The lyrics are solid and bold. My favorite track from Bad Moon Rising. It's one of Kim's early gems!
    DaltonEveryDayon August 18, 2013   Link
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    General CommentThis is interesting art. I wonder, what are these songs like when you're listening while on drugs? I'm not a drug user, but I suspect the drugs make your brain stupid and the lyrics seem super-deep. Sober, I look too hard for the definite and concrete meaning and I kind of crush the loose and abstract beauty through my efforts to dissect its soul.
    MaximumDepthon September 03, 2013   Link

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