Walk Hard The Dewey Cox Story movie

Walk Hard The Dewey Cox Story movie - Royal Jelly

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Song by Written by Dan Bern<br /><br>

Mailboxes drip like lampposts in the twisted birth canal of the coliseum<br>

Rim job fairy teapots mask the temper tantrum<br>

O' say can you see 'em<br>

Stuffed cabbage is the darling of the Laundromat<br>

'N the sorority mascot sat with the lumberjack<br>

Pressing passing stinging half synthetic fabrication of his-- Time<br>

The mouse with the overbite explained how the rabbits were ensnared<br>

'N the skinny scanty sylph trashed the apothecary diplomat<br>

Inside the three-eyed monkey within inches of his toaster oven life<br>



In my mind<br>

I'm half blind<br>

My inner ref<br>

Is mostly deaf<br>

I'm smell impaired<br>

If you cared<br>

My sense of taste is wasted on the phosphorescent orange peels of San Francisco axe-encrusted frenzy<br>



So let me touch you<br>

Let me touch you<br>

Let me touch you<br>

Let me touch you<br>

Where the Ro-yal Jelly gets made<br>



Coleratura singers bringing weeds and social clingers<br>

Hangers-on and fancy flingers<br>

To the dress ball<br>

Mushrooms and bowling pins<br>

Stove pipe hats and other things I can't recall<br>

From Juvenile hall<br>

We're so unlucky and stuff<br>

Woodrow Wilson never had it so tough<br>

Dairy Queen and Vaseline and Maybelline<br>

Paul Bunyan and James Dean<br>



Allegory agencies of pre-Raphaelite paganry<br>

And Shenandoah tapestries<br>

Compared with good mahogany<br>

Collapsing the undying postcard romance<br>

With feline perspicacity<br>

By the university<br>

That night I held a paucity<br>

Which you deemed common courtesy<br>

I wasn't what you thought I'd be<br>

I shouldn't have invited you to dance<br>



In my tree<br>

I'm halfway free<br>

And in my chair<br>

One quarter there<br>

In my dream<br>

One-sixteenth cream<br>

In the coffee of the Courtier<br>

Of the sycophant assistant to the king<br>



So let me touch you<br>

Let me touch you<br>

Let me touch you<br>

Let me touch you<br>

Where the Ro----yal Jelly gets made<br>


[Thanks to Dan Bern for lyrics]<br>


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