Untitled God Song

Album: I Need To Start A Garden (2018)
  • And maybe my god
    Has a trot in her walk
    And her coach bags are knock-off
    Her shoes are all dressed up
    And she spins me around like a marionette
    Oh my web is still spinning
    My web is still spinning
    My web is still spinning
    You can't see it yet

    Or maybe my god
    Has thick hips and big lips
    And the buttons she's pressing
    She speaks every language
    Shift A, right B, Nintendo 63
    On her video, baby
    The game she's been changing

    When you're drunk near a sunset
    Look straight in her eyes
    She's a quick glimpse of heaven
    Forgetting her headlights are on
    When you misread her fortune
    Don't misread the joke
    She's the note on your lampshade
    The honeycomb holding you

    And she spins me around like a marionette
    Oh my web is still spinning
    My web is still spinning
    My web is still spinning
    You can't see it yet

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