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Son of a Gun

Up up up and down
Turn turn turnaround
Round round roundabout
And over again
Gun gun son of a gun
You are the only one
Makes any difference what I say

[x2]
The sun shines in the bedroom
When we play
The raining always starts
When you go away

Up up up and down
Turn turn turnaround
Round round roundabout
And over again
Gun gun son of a gun
You are the only one
Makes any difference what I say

[x2]
The sun shines in the bedroom
When we play
The raining always starts
When you go away

Up up up and down
Turn turn turnaround
Round round roundabout
And over again
Gun gun son of a gun
You are the only one
Makes any difference what I say

[x4]
The sun shines in the bedroom
When we play
The raining always starts
When you go away

 

Spank Thru

And there's the soft pretentious mountains
Glistening in the light of the trees
And all the flowers sing in D minor
And the birds fly happily
We'll be together once again my love
I need you back oh baby baby

I can't explain just why we lost it from the start
Living without you girl, you'll only break my heart

I can feel it, I can hold it
I can bend it, I can shape it, I can mold it
I can cut it, I can taste it
I can spank it, I can beat and masturbate it

I've been looking for days now
Always hearing the same old
City boy won't you spank thru
I can make it do things you wouldn't think it ever could

I can feel it, I can hold it
I can bend it, I can shape it, I can mold it
He can cut it, he can taste it it
I can spank it, need to tell you
Waiting now!

I've been looking for days now
Always hearing the same old
City boy won't you spank thru
I can make it do things you wouldn't think it ever could

I've been looking for days now
Always hearing the same old
City boy won't you spank thru
I can make it do things you wouldn't think it ever
You wouldn't think it ever could

Why is that so groovy?

 

Spectre / Misery Love Company

To hope is admittance
Feed before beginning
Double-sided cynics
Reflected images
Don't be so selfish
Leaving me this
Follow it far
To find where you are
You haven't grown
Go on alone

Never finished his sentence
Remained in seclusion
For the next few days
Family is circuling
He having moved up
All the styles of heresy
Finally he appeared unexpectedly
Looking for company

 

Stain

Well he never bleeds and he never fucks
And he never leaves 'cause he's got bad luck.
Well he never reads and he never draws.
And he never sleeps 'cause he's got bad luck, yeah

I'm a stain, I'm a stain, I'm a stain, I'm a stain
Ugh....

Well he never bleeds and he never fucks
And he never leaves 'cause he's got bad luck.
Well he never reads and he never draws.
And he never sleeps 'cause he's got bad luck, yeah

I'm a stain, I'm a stain, I'm a stain, I'm a stain
Ugh....
(solo)
I'm a stain, I'm a stain, I'm a stain, I'm a stain
Ugh....

Well he never bleeds and he never fucks
And he never leaves 'cause he's got bad luck.
Well he never reads and he never draws.
And he never sleeps 'cause he's got bad luck, yeah

I'm a stain (x8)

 

Stay Away

Monkey see, monkey do
(I don't know why)
Rather be dead than cool
(I don't know why)
Every line ends in rhyme
(I don't know why)
Less is more, love is blind
(I don't know why)

Stay
Stay Away x3

Give an inch, take a smile
(I don't know why)
Fashion shits, fashion style
(I don't know why)
Blow it out, keep it in
(I don't know why)
Have to have poison skin
(I don't know why)

Stay
Stay away x3

All right x2

Stay
Stay away x3

Monkey see, monkey do
(I don't know why)
Rather be dead than cool
(I don't know why)
Every line ends in rhyme
(I don't know why)
Less is more, love is blind
(I don't know why)

Stay
Stay away x3

All right
All right

Stay
Stay away x3

Stay away x5
God is Gay

 

Swap Meet

(x2)
They lead a lifetime that is comfortable
They travel far to keep their stomachs full
They make their living off of arts and crafts
The kind with seashells, driftwood and burlap
They make a deal when they come to town
The Sunday swap meet is a battle ground
She loves him more than he would ever know
He loves her more than he would ever show

-- Keeps his cigarettes close to his heart
-- Keeps her photographs close to her heart
-- Keep the bitterness close to the heart

They lead a lifetime that is comfortable
They travel far to keep their stomachs full
They make their living off of arts and crafts
The kind with seashells, driftwood and burlap
They make a deal when they come to town
The Sunday swap meet is a battle ground
She loves her more than he would ever know
He loves her more than he would ever show

-- Keeps his cigarettes close to his heart
-- Keeps her photographs close to her heart
-- Keep the bitterness close to the heart

They lead a lifetime that is comfortable
They travel far to keep their stomachs full
They make their living off of arts and crafts
The kind with seashells, driftwood and burlap
They make a deal when they come to town
The Sunday swap meet is a battle ground
She loves her more than he would ever know
He loves her more than he would ever show

-- Keeps his cigarettes close to his heart
-- Keeps her photographs close to her heart
-- Keep the bitterness close to the heart

 

Talk To Me

Shake it down easy, shake it down sleazy, come on
Shake it down easy, shake yourself, Suzy, come on

Don't let me detain you
Try to ride along
Don't you lie, knowing
I am not sad
I am not silly
I am not chippin'
I am not chippin' away

Talk to me
In your own language, please
In your own
Talk to me
In your own language please

Shake it down easy, make it sound seamy, doll man
Make it sound now, make it full house, sad man

Leader of the band
Makes a mental hell
I won't weather it well
Well I never
Saw it with my arm
Paint it with my heart
Paint it with my eyes and make it right

Talk to me
In your own language, please
In your own
Talk to me
In your own language please

Lay down easy, lay it down seamy, sad man
Lay down easy, lay it down seamy, sad man

You don't want to hear this
Nothin' but a whore
I will play the leader
With pain
Now you know I'm needy
Lay them down easy
Lay them down easy

Talk to me
In your own language, please
In your own
Talk to me
In your own language please
In your own
Talk to me
In your own language please
In your own
Talk to me
In your own language please

 

Territorial Pissings

Come on people now smile on your brother everybody get together, try TO love one another right now

When I was an alien
Cultures weren't opinions

Gotta find a way ,find a way, when I'm there
Gotta find a way, a better way, I'd better wait

Never met a wise man
If so it's a woman

Gotta find a way , find a way, when I'm there
Gotta find a way, a better way, I'd better wait(x2)

Just because you're paranoid
Dont mean they're not after you

Gotta find a way ,find a way, when I'm there
Gotta find a way, a better way, I'd better wait(x2)
(x3)

 

The Priest They Called Him

Fight tuberculosis, folks." Christmas Eve, an old
Junkie selling Christmas seals on North Park Street.
The "Priest," they called him. "Fight tuberculosis, folks."
People hurried by, gray shadows on a distant wall.
It was getting late and no money to score.
He turned into a side street and the lake wind hit him like a knife.
Cab stop just ahead under a streetlight.
Boy got out with a suitcase. Thin kid in prep school clothes,
Familiar face, the Priest told himself, watching from the doorway.
"Remindsme of something a long time ago." The boy, there, with his overcoat
Unbuttoned, reaching into his pants pocket for the cab fare.
The cab drove away and turned the corner. The boy went inside
A building. "Hmm, yes, maybe" - the suitcase was there in the doorway.
The boy nowhere in sight. Gone to get the keys, most likely,
Have to move fast. He picked up the suitcase and started for the corner.
Made it. Glanced down at the case. It didn't look like the case the boy had,
Or any boy would have. The Priest couldn't put his finger on what was so
Old about the case. Old and dirty, poor quality leather, and heavy.
Better see what's inside. He turned into Lincoln Park, found an
Empty place and opened the case. Two severed human legs that belonged to
A young man with dark skin. Shiny black leg hairs glittered in the
Dim streetlight. The legs had been forced into the case and he had to use
His knee on the back of the case to shove them out. "Legs, yet,"
He said, and walked quickly away with the case.
Might bring a few dollars to score. The buyer sniffed suspiciously.
"Kind of a funny smell about it." "It's just Mexican leather."
"Well, some joker didn't cure it."
The buyer looked at the case with cold disfavor.
"Not even right sure he killed it, whatever it is.
Three is the best I can do and it hurts. But since this is Christmas
And you're the Priest..." he slipped three bills under the table into the
Priest's dirty hand. The Priest faded into the street shadows, seedy
And furtive. Three cents didn't buy a bag, nothing less than a nickel.
Say, remember that old Addie croaker told me not to come back unless
I paid him the three cents I owe him. Yeah, isn't that a fruit for ya,
Blow your stack about three lousy cents.
The doctor was not pleased to see him.
"Now, what do you WANT? I TOLD you!"
The Priest laid three bills on the table. The doctor put the
Money in his pocket and started to scream.
"I've had TROUBLES! PEOPLE have been around!
I may lose my LICENSE!" The Priest just sat there, eyes, old and heavy with
Years of junk, on the doctor's face.
"I can't write you a prescription." The doctor jerked open a drawer
And slid an ampule across the table. "That's all I have in the OFFICE!"
The doctor stood up. "Take it and GET OUT!" he screamed, hysterical.
The Priest's expression did not change.

The doctor added in quieter tones, "After all, I'm a professional man,
And I shouldn't be bothered by people like you."
"Is that all you have for me? One lousy quarter G? Couldn't you lend
Me a nickel...?" "Get out, get out, I'll call the police I tell you."
"All right, doctor, I'm going." Of course it was cold and far to walk,
Rooming house, a shabby street, room on the top floor.
"These stairs," coughed the Priest there, pulling himself up along the
Bannister. He went into the bathroom, yellow wall panels,
Toilet dripping, and got his works from under the washbasin.
Wrapped in brown paper, back to his room, get every drop in the dropper.

He rolled up his sleeve. Then he heard a groan from next door,
Room eighteen. The Mexican kid lived there, the Priest had passed him on
The stairs and saw the kid was hooked, but he never spoke, because he
Didn't want any juvenile connections, bad news in any language.
The Priest had had enough bad news in his life.
He heard the groan again, a groan he could feel, no mistaking that groan
And what it meant. "Maybe he had an accident or something.
In any case, I can't enjoy my priestly medications with that sound coming
Through the wall." Thin walls you understand. The Priest put down his
Dropper, cold hall, and knocked on the door of room eighteen.
"Quien es?" "It's the Preist, kid, I live next door."
He could hear someone hobbling across the floor.

A bolt slid. The boy stood there in his underwear shorts, eyes black with
Pain. He started to fall. The Priest helped him over to the bed.
"What's wrong, son?" "It's my legs, senor, cramps, and now I am without
Medicine." The Priest could see the cramps, like knots of wood there
In the young legs, dark shiny black leg hairs.
"A few years ago I damaged myself in a bicycle race,
It was then that the cramps started." And now he has the leg cramps back
With compound junk interest. The old Priest stood there, feeling the boy
Groan. He inclined his head as if in prayer, went back and got his dropper.
"It's just a quarter G, kid." "I do not require much, senor."

The boy was sleeping when the Priest left room eighteen.
He went back to his room and sat down on the bed.
Then it hit him like heavy silent snow. All the gray junk yesterdays.
He sat there received the immaculate fix. And since he was himself a priest,
There was no need to call one.

 

The End

This is the end
My only friend, the end
This is the end
My only friend, the end

I'll offer you some
I'll offer you sexualism and a masculine man
You can rephrase my friend (Alt: You can deface my grave, my friend)

The killer woke up in Belgium
And he poured alot of syrup on his waffles
And he walked on down the hall
And he said, all I want is to have some hasbrowns and some grits
And then he walked on down the hall
And then he said, listen I got a quarter in my pocket
And I see that waffle house jukebox
And I'm gonna walk up to the coinslot
And then there's a direct line between my pupil and that coinslot
And I lift that quarter out of my pocket
And I said, I wanna hear the waffle house theme
So I walk up to the jukebox, And I said
Come on in
I believe I will, I believe I will
At the waffle house

I got a six pack and nothin' to do

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