Grass – Animal Collective

March 13, 2012 § 1 Comment

Oh I was walkin on feet just like my father’s
My knees were trying to reach you at your mother’s and
My nose was screaming that you smelled like a lover
But my hands were happy to treat you like a brother

We do the dance upon the plain
And I shake-shake your shoulders
Push me down into the grain and rub our noses in the night,
We do, we do.

Well I’ve been into the plants and simple treasures and
I sew patches on pants and I get pleasure
I don’t make particular plans cause they don’t matter
If you keep on foolin in bed with my sleepin patterns

And we dance upon the plains
And I shake your shoulders
Push me down into the grain and rub our noses in the night,
We do, we do.

What’s with all the changin since the time I was aware?
It’s like the apple-eatin people that we once were aren’t there.
Did they empty out their pockets and debase their younger faces?
And you must make sure you’re happy when you leave your summer places

Pretty little femur sittin in my cherry dreamboat
I’d be sad if you’re rejected from my hipbone or my knee
If I sailed away from continents and touched my lover’s hair then
You’d be very happy if I touched her there

Pretty little femur sittin’ in my cherry dreamboat
I’d be sad if you’re rejected from my hipbone or my knee
If I sailed away from continents and touched my lover’s hair then
You’d be very happy if I touched her there

I was very nervous how I felt in there
I was very cautious would you say “Hey there”
Would you like to see me often
Though you don’t need to see me often
Because I’d like to see you often
Though I don’t need to see you often

We do the dance upon the plain
And I shake-shake your shoulders
Push me down into the grain and rub our noses in the night,
We do, we do.

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