"Jake Jeckel" as written by Joseph Bruce and Mike E. Clark....
Boom shaka boom (Ha ha ha!)
Boom boom boom
Boom shaka boom (Ha ha ha!)
Boom boom boom

Lllllady's and gentlemen meet your guardian
Your keepers of morals...hahaha kindness
The path to Shangri-La is led by heeeee led by you, ooh
He is of your positivity
He is of your love
Meet one half of the juggling duo
That is your soul I'm talkin about
Uhhh Jake Jeckel
Jack throw another, Jake catch one more
They'll try and catch all that's in store for you
How many souls will fall from the sky?
How many souls burned wondering why?
Jack throw another, Jake catch one more
They'll try and catch all that's in store for you

How many souls will fall from the sky?
How many souls burned wondering why?
Jack throw another, Jake catch one more (How many more...)
They'll try and catch all that's in store for you
How many souls will fall from the sky?
How many souls burned wondering why?
Jack throw another, Jake catch one more (How many more...)
They'll try and catch all that's in store for you
How many souls will fall from the sky?
How many souls burned wondering why?


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"Jake Jeckel" as written by Mike E. Clark Joseph Bruce

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    General CommentOk, listen the whole album is about the amazing Jeckel Brothers, Jake, and Jack. These two twins represent your soul split in two,good and evil. This song is about Jake Jeckel, the part of your soul that handles good. Jake spends his time juggling bleeding balls of flame that represent your sins. The less balls he has the better. every time you sin, it's jack's job to throw another ball into the loop, making it harder for jake to do his job. If jake is to drop one of these balls (as mentioned in "bring it on") Shangri-la (heaven) vanishes, and you've got yourself a oneway ticket to Hell's pit. The song, as well as almost every ICP song is trying to let you know that there is an afterlife, and there are consequenses for the bad things you do in this life. So, shape up, and stop sinning, it's not that hard.
    Tyleriouson July 23, 2009   Link

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