"Early American" as written by Robert Bert, Kim A. Gordon, Thurston J. Moore and Lee M. Ranaldo....
Nothing but a savage bird
In your face
In your land
The weight of you is greater than
Forgot my pride
Forgot my sign
Don't bother to leave
There's no room outside
Your sense of pride
Nothing here but a savage bird

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"Early American" as written by Kim A. Gordon Kim A. Godron

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    General CommentI think it's "savage blur". Not that that makes it much clearer. It seems to be a tie-in with "Ghost Bitch", another degeneration-of-America related Kim-penned song.
    Cynothoglyson July 03, 2007   Link
  • +1
    General CommentThis is about colonization. Such a amazing song, it fits in Brazil history too.
    Saraivaon May 29, 2013   Link

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