On a Plain – Song and Lyrics by Agent Orange

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Written by: Kurt Cobain

Duration: 2:23

Discover the poetic beauty in ‘On a Plain’ by Agent Orange. This lyric breakdown takes you on a journey through the artist’s thoughts, emotions, and the story they aim to tell. From clever metaphors to evocative imagery, we delve into the nuances that make this song a lyrical masterpiece. Whether you’re a fan of Agent Orange or a lover of well-crafted words, our detailed analysis will give you a deeper understanding and appreciation of this song.

I’ll start this off
Without any words
I got so high that
I scratched ’til I bled

Love myself
Better than you
I know it’s wrong
So what should I do?

The finest day
That I ever had
Was when I learned
To cry on command

Love myself
Better than you
I know it’s wrong
So what should I do?

I’m on a plain
I can’t complain
I’m on a plain

My mother died
Every night
It’s safe to say
Don’t quote me on that

Love myself
Better than you
I know it’s wrong
So what should I do?

The black sheep got
Blackmailed again
Forgot to put
On the zip code

Love myself
Better than you
I know it’s wrong
So what should I do?

I’m on a plain
I can’t complain
I’m on a plain

Somewhere I have heard this before
In a dream my memory has stored
As defense I’m neutered and spayed
What the hell am I trying to say?

It is now time
To make it unclear
To write off lines
That don’t make a sense

Love myself
Better than you
I know it’s wrong
So what should I do?

One more special
Message to go
And then I’m done
And I can go home

Love myself
Better than you
I know it’s wrong
So what should I do?

I’m on a plain
I can’t complain
I’m on a plain
I can’t complain
I’m on a plain
I can’t complain
I’m on a plain
I can’t complain
I’m on aplain
I can’t complain