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Picture Of Nectar

Phish - Picture Of Nectar



Picture Of Nectar


Your time is near, the mission's clear, It's later than we think
Before you slip into the night, You'll want something to drink
Steal away before the dawn, and Bring us back good news
But if you've tread in primal soup please wipe it from your shoes

Just then a porthole pirate scourged the evening with his cry
And sanctuary bugs deprived the monkey of its thigh
A dust arose and clogged my nose before I could blink twice
Despite the stuff that bubbled up I gave some last advice:

The flesh from Satan's dogs will make the rudiments of gruel
Deduct the carrots from your pay you worthless swampy fool

Exploding then through fields and fen and swimming in the mire
The septic maiden's gargoyle tooth demented me with fire
I drifted where the current chose afloat upon my back
And if perchance a newt slimed by I'd stuff it in my sack

Soon I felt a bubble form, Somewhere below my skin
But with handy spine of hedgehog I removed the force within
Suzie then removed her mask and caused a mighty stir
The angry mob responded taking turns at grabbing her

The foggy cavern's musty grime appeared within my palm
I snatched Rick's fork to scrape it off with deadly icy calm

[(original lyrics - from 4.22.90)
The brothel wife then grabbed a knife and slashed me on the tongue
I turned the blade back on the bitch and dropped her in the dung]

The crowd meanwhile had taken Sue and used her like a rag
To mop the slime from where the slug had slithered with the bag
In summing up, the moral seems a little bit obscure...

Give the director a serpent deflector a mudrat detector,
a ribbon reflector, a cushion convector,
a pitcher of nectar a virile dissector,
a hormone collector

Whatever you do take care of your shoes

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