"Two Tub Man" as written by and Andrew Shernoff....
Two tub man
I am a pilgrim looking for danger
I am an outlaw, I am a stranger
I'm just a clown walking down the street
I think Lou Reed is a creep
I need a girl I need release

I can go anywhere, people look and people stare
They all know that I'm the one, not to let your son become
What I want to do I do, who I want to screw I screw
Playin' in a heavy band, guess I'm just a two tub man

I drink coca cola for breakfast
I've got Jackie Onassis in my pants
I'm never gonna watch channel thirteen
Edjumacation ain't for me
I'm so drunk I can barely see

I can go anywhere, people look and people stare
They all know that I'm the one, not to let your son become
What I want to do I do, who I want to screw I screw
Playin' in a heavy band, guess I'm just a two tub man

I never graduated from high school
I wore paisley I was too cool
I think color TV's a gas
I think Joe Franklin is real flash
I don't mind if I gotta kick your ass

I can go anywhere, people look and people stare
They all know that I'm the one, not to let your son become
What I want to do I do, who I want to screw I screw
Playin' in a heavy band, guess I'm just a two tub man


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"Two Tub Man" as written by Andrew Shernoff

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  • +1
    General CommentI love this song. Took me five listens before catching the Lou Reed reference.
    NVGon July 12, 2010   Link
  • +1
    General CommentNothing mysterious or confusing about the meaning of the lyrics in general, but I would like to know exactly what the phrase "two tub man" means.
    MalcomDon October 07, 2010   Link
  • 0
    General CommentThe chorus sounds just like "Shoot Em Down" by Twisted Sister.
    deadmaker7on November 02, 2010   Link
  • 0
    General CommentMark Mendoza, TS's bassist, was in the Dictators until 1978. So yeah... I guess the moral there is do your research.
    PawsMcNastyon January 09, 2011   Link
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    General CommentThere are some hilarious lines in this song, like "I've got Jackie Onassis in my pants," the aforementioned Lou Reed reference, and one of the first usages of the term "edumacation."
    JohnnyLurgon April 21, 2011   Link

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