You Asperse Me

from by Bubblegum Octopus

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Written in 2011. Track 2 of the would-be version of Critters.

Clinging to the past, being too forgiving, stupid behavior.


You are the demon of progress
You're a bad piece against change
Your sorrows play out like a death march
And they all hear you say
Useful things garbled by nonsense
Poignance burnt off by the gas
Triumphant hate speech infernal
Fracture NMDA

Many days to suffer
In plastic transference abysmal
Decadent memory
You asperse me, you see now
And everyone can know it
Body counting in my thoughts

Puking everything up and you catch a smile
Dead sound
Never heard again and gone
In my sight, can not forget

Touching face mouth encounter
Extreme view point intact
Soul sucking vacuum monster
Magnet apocalypse
I wash away
Soul sucking vacuum monster
From under the rug uncover
A final resting place

Acting in this fucked production
Jester portraying despair
Restless ennui theater
Monologue is epitaph
Just as things were looking decent
Curtain call and crook off legs
Remind me in several years
Why I gave you all a chance


from Critters, released March 15, 2014
Vocals, lyrics, electronics, guitar, bass, composition, production - Matthew "m@ the c@" Morden



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