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Old 12-22-2008, 05:11 AM   #11
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Brown shoes don't make it
Brown Shoes don't make it
Quit school, why fake it
Brown shoes don't make it

TV dinner by the pool
Watch your brother grow a beard
Got another year of school
You're okay, he's too weird
Be a plummer
He's a bummer
He's a bummer every summer
Be a loyal plastic robot
For a world that doesn't care
That's right

Smile at every ugly
Shine on your shoes and cut your hair

Be a jerk-go to work
Be a jerk-go to work
Be a jerk-go to work
Be a jerk-go to work
Do your job, and do it right
Life's a ball
TV tonight
Do you love it
Do you hate it
There it is
The way you made it

A world of secret hungers
Perverting the men who make your laws
Every desire is hidden away
In a drawer in a desk by a Naugahyde chair
On a rug where they walk and drool
Past the girls in the office

We see in the back
Of the City Hall mind
The dream of a girl about thirteen
Off with her clothes and into a bed
Where she tickles his fancy
All night long

His wile's attending an orchid show
She squealed for a week to get him to go
But back in the bed his teen-age queen
Is rocking and rolling and acting obscene
Baby, baby. ..
Baby, baby. . .
Cimmie then cakes, uh!
If I do I'm gonna lose my...

And he loves it, he loves it
It curls up his toes
She wipes his fat neck
And it lights up his nose
But he cannot be fooled
Old City Hall Fred
She's nasty, she's nasty
She digs it in bed
That's right

Do it again, ha
And do it some more
Hey, that does it, by golly
And she's nasty for sure
Nasty nasty nasty
Nasty nasty nasty
Only thirteen, and she knows how to nasty

She's a dirty young mind, corrupted
Corroded
Well she's thirteen today
And I hear she gets loaded

If she were my daughter, I'd...
What would you do, Daddy?
If she were my daughter, I'd ...
What would you do, Daddy?
Check this out
Smother my daughter in chocolate syrup
And strap her on again, oh baby
Smother that girl in chocolate syrup
And strap her on again, oh baby
She's my teen-age baby
She turns me on
I'd like to make her do a nasty
On the White House lawn
Smother my daughter in chocolate syrup
And boogie 'till the cows come home

Time to go home
Madge is on the phone
Got to meet the Gurney's and a dozen gray attorneys
TV dinner by the pool
I'm so glad I finished school
Life is such a ball
I run the world from City Hall
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Old 12-22-2008, 08:31 AM   #12
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When I was a kid my mother was outraged when she found out I was listening to Slayer. All of those Catholic school tuition payments down the drain.
Ive seen them about 6 times. Have King and Hannemans picks. Tom while having a mic stand full of picks would never toss one. Some of the best pits ever were when Testament opened. My neck is still jacked up after all these years.
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Old 12-22-2008, 03:46 PM   #13
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Anytime a band can work the phrase "banalities of a normal life" into a rock song, you have to give them writer credit. Nice reference to Hemingway. I never knew he took himself out with a shotgun. You learn something new every day.
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Old 12-22-2008, 03:58 PM   #14
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You guys should show some class and culture, this is Genuine Sarnali Rap...........

YouTube - Sinéad O' Connor-Oro, Se Do Bheatha 'Bhaile (Live)
I have no idea what she was singing about, but that outfit is atrocious. Sarnali, do you speak Gaelic? What is the translation for the song title?
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Old 12-22-2008, 05:54 PM   #15
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(To the tune of "Jingle Bells."

HO HO HO,
F'ing HO!
What a crock of SH!T!
We all work for Santa Claus!
We're sick of it!
Cause we do all the F'ing work,
And he just steals the show!
So shove your Christmas up your arse,
An HO HO F'ing HO!
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Old 12-23-2008, 06:48 AM   #16
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I have no idea what she was singing about, but that outfit is atrocious. Sarnali, do you speak Gaelic? What is the translation for the song title?
As it happens that type of long hooded sweater is incredibly warm and pretty popular in Northern Canada.

I don't speak Gaelic but most of my family does the song is called Welcome Home,

Oh-ro You're welcome home
Oh-ro you're welcome home
Oh-ro you're welcome home
Now that summers coming
Young Charles son of King James
it's great distress your exhile from Ireland
without thread of shoe on you nor socks nor shirt
Overthrown by the foreigners.....

Is one translation but there a variations that use the same melody, this is a more traditional version by Mary Black..


YouTube - Mary Black - Óró 'sé do bheatha 'bhaile - Highland Sessions
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Old 12-23-2008, 06:52 AM   #17
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As it happens that type of long hooded sweater is incredibly warm and pretty popular in Northern Canada.

I don't speak Gaelic but most of my family does the song is called Welcome Home,

Oh-ro You're welcome home
Oh-ro you're welcome home
Oh-ro you're welcome home
Now that summers coming
Young Charles son of King James
it's great distress your exhile from Ireland
without thread of shoe on you nor socks nor shirt
Overthrown by the foreigners.....

Is one translation but there a variations that use the same melody
You'd think after 500 years they could stop p1ssing and moaning.
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Old 12-23-2008, 07:08 AM   #18
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You'd think after 500 years they could stop p1ssing and moaning.

Sore losers.....
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Old 12-23-2008, 07:51 AM   #19
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Anytime a band can work the phrase "banalities of a normal life" into a rock song, you have to give them writer credit. Nice reference to Hemingway. I never knew he took himself out with a shotgun. You learn something new every day.
Isn't that great? The man really is a brilliant lyricist and the complexity of the songs in general make it so for months after getting the album you can find little nuances that you didn't hear the first 10 times through.
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