This was played once, on 27 March 1986. The lyrics are pretty hard to decipher, and what follows contains lots of guesses. Christian Crumlish has done a lot of valuable work on this song, and his transcript, plus annotations, is on David Dodd's site. He and Nicholas Meriwether also contributed a transcript and notes to "Dead Letters Vol 1." I have borrowed from that, but also included my own interpretations where I hear things differently.
Halfway past two on Monday through the silent loom
Rolling down Wild Hair Boulevard with the rising of the [poon]
Hot damn, it's Mother's Day, don't you all look fine
Promenading down the long car ocean, yes it's nice and sipping wine
We got poets, shuckers and godzilla's grandmother
Sweet little frozen no suit
We got Speed Racer and his arcade androids
Revolutionary Hamstrung Blues
See here lover, may I tighten your cap?
Honey, may I loosen your load?
You hold on to this hand grenade while I ...
I remember some chicks from the skid row
Come along the city streets too
Silly says, I say it once, for you it's cold steel and slow
Its sounds have all ruptured, with chairs and flying glass
Silly swept out in the sauna, shouting verse and kickin' ass
Back then, what seemed to happ