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The Decemberists

The Infanta (5:08)

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Here she comes in her palanquin
On the back of an elephant
On a bed made of linen and sequins and silk

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  • This monstrous song is so ridiculously awesome
  • EatSleepMusic, this makes perfect sense, I agree.
  • "Within sight of the baroness, seething spite for this lithe largesse, by her side sits the baron, her barrenness barbs her" Just epic word-nerdery right there. Well-played, Colin Meloy.
  • Sharpur, it never said that the elephant was carrying the palanquin. It just said she was on an elephant's back. So, obviously, the titular character rides on the back of the elephant, and the elephant is riding on the palanquin, which is carried by humans, and the humans are carried by the earth, which is carried by a giant turtle whose gender is unknown. This is why it's a palanquin and not a howdah. Obviously.
  • this song is so huge and epic and majestic
  • first few seconds remind me of 'just before dawn' theme. a bit of trauma.
  • great
  • I love those girls & boys!
  • Sounds nothing like Keith Urban
  • Thanks Mad Men to introduce me this great song.

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