Songs for Insomniacs 12: Pearls Before Swine, “The Surrealist Waltz”
I’m not sure if the lyrics attributed to this song are accurate (the album doesn’t include the words for the final track). But does it matter if the song describes itself as “surrealist” or if the album cover is by Hieronymus Bosch? A good night to all my listeners.
She stays with Timothy in black vibrations alley
Love makes statements in the closet mouths of cloth
Please, stay awhile and die with me.
Word-witch in the dutch plane with the quiet beggar
Heaven near the womb of silence sense
The gold about hang chains of stone.