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Lyrics: Wilt


Recorded at: Kingways Studios, New Orleans in 1994-1995
Note: This song is about one of their bus driver who had really bad breath!

 Hair raising shake you're much too late
you should have jumped a couple of cars before
Now if I may I'll walk away
I'm selling Silly Putty door to door
Up on the roof it seems to help
If I can keep a little bit of disease
As its feeding on me
You see it's bringing me to my knees
As we all wilt
Watching you wilt
Come right away and help me bathe away
the filthy feeling, frigid and cold
Biting my nails to the fairy tales
About the magic monkey's total control
I got Indian Ken anis fleabag friends
With their buckets full of elephant ears
And he's breathing on me
His breath is bringing me to my knees
As we all wilt
Watching you wilt

 

   " That was one that I demoed the music for, brought in, and the band worked it out. The 'elephant ears' thing was a guy that Shannon knew who was trying to bum money off him. 'Elephant ears' is when someone pulls their pockets out to show they don't have anything in theirs pockets."
Rogers Stevens from the book "A devil on One Shoulder and an Angel on The Other" by Greg Prato

 

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