"Sinister Exaggerator" as written by and Homer Flynn....
Your life is leaning downhill
Sloping off the outer edge
Your undetermined oyster beds
Were found to be a hedge

You cause the kids of Elmer Fudd
To feed the farmer whose
Cadaver's filled with onion rings
And feet are filled with glue

Now sinister exaggerator
What's your claim to fame?
Is still your favorite Ferlingetti
Found in Auntie Maim?

Your alter life is superceded
Only from above
Your hear is like a silken sponge
That calls saliva love


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"Sinister Exaggerator" as written by Homer Flynn Hardy Winfred Fox

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    General CommentAbout an exagerative fellow.
    JAStewarton December 31, 2004   Link
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    General Commentwhats that?
    Russianon April 11, 2006   Link
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    General CommentSorry my mistake there american
    pipewagonon December 17, 2006   Link
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    General Commentcan anyone beleive there is weirder music than primus out there... especially when they do cover songs-- they seem to make them more mainstream...
    necrophageon April 21, 2008   Link
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    General CommentI always thought this song was about a man who the lead singer thought was meaningless and exploits the "failings" of this guy to try and prove how pathetic the guy's life is. he then proceeds to ask him what he thinks his life is worth by saying "Now sinister Exaggerator, What's your claim to fame?" A very mean-spirited song, if you ask me.
    Ortafalcon9on May 16, 2009   Link

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