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California Tuffy

This song is by The Geraldine Fibbers and appears on the album Butch (1997).

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A ball of light comes down to bite me on the ass
The legs, the breasts, I'm falling from my nest
My earth, my pride, are laughing from inside
My eyes are closed, and I'm dripping like a rose.

A nickel, a dime, you find still rolling on the ground
You found a pearl in a strange and tangled girl
You laid her down and her face screwed up your mind
It's all a dream that is bursting at the seams.

In tortoise, in shell, in hell, you'll find me on my back
I crack, once more
Yes I am just a tart, a heart on stilts
Pick the flower and it will wilt
To die in bliss
For a greedy lover's kiss

Old palm trees sway in the breeze
Lick my lips
I'll be alone forever
You will never get my heart

Credits Edit

  • Composer: Carla Bozulich
  • Musicians: Carla Bozulich (singing, electric guitar); Nels Cline (electric 12-string guitar); William Tutton (electric bass); Kevin Fitzgerald (drums); Jessy Greene (violin, singing)

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