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Andro Queen Lyrics By Pixies Songs Album: EP1 Year: 2013 Now Andro Queen has lost her ring I think it used to sit right here Encrusted in blue and hard an

Pixies - Andro Queen
Pixies - Andro Queen


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Album: EP1
Released: 2013

Andro Queen Lyrics


Now Andro Queen has lost her ring
I think it used to sit right here
Encrusted in blue and hard and true
For now I will kiss her finger

Have you ever seen Andro Queen
Wandering all for her ruby?
One day she'll come in through my window
Yes, she gave me her own true pledge

For what's missing I'll sacrifice my flesh
Only kissing you is so hard in this wild thresh
That's how it's been with Andro Queen

Loving on our bed of flowers
Breathing in the smell of her musk
In a moon of milk she is scared, yes, she is
But she shows me under her silk

For what's missing I'll sacrifice my flesh
Only kissing you is so hard in this wild thresh
I wave goodbye to Andro

Mi aspekti al la cxielo por via reveni
Mi aspekti cxe via mano al vidi la ringo
Kaj ni will promeni kune al via cambro
Nia ami will esti nova
Nia ami will esti nova

She's off in a silver rocket
Off to the gas and rings of Saturn
Off her head she gave me a lock, yes, she did
For my neck a rusted locket

For what's missing I'll sacrifice my flesh
Only kissing you is so hard in this wild thresh
For what's missing I'll sacrifice my flesh
Only kissing you is so hard in this wild thresh

Writer/s: THOMPSON, CHARLES
Publisher: Universal Music Publishing Group
Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

Andro Queen
  • Black Francis sings this mystical love song's bridge in the international language Esperanto. It translates as:

    "I look to the heavens for your return
    I look at your hand to see the ring
    And we will walk together to your room
    Our love will be a new
    Our love will be a new."

    Esperanto is an artificial language developed in the 1880s by Polish physician Dr. Ludwig Lazarus Zamenhof. Its name means 'the hopeful one,' the pseudonym of its inventor. Zamenhof created it to be politically neutral, transcendent of nationality, and easy to learn, hoping it would become a universal second language. Current estimates of Esperanto speakers range from 100,000 to 2,000,000 active or fluent speakers worldwide, including around a thousand native speakers who learned it from birth as one of their native languages.

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