In the cracker barrel dumpster I found a bag
Red white striped I opened it--gag
Mummy day pizarro dressed in a Inca rag
Call on in to work quick
Tell 'em that I'm seasick

Uncle Ricky's schooner's docked Pompano Beach
Weigh anchor and me and him each
Need some extra sunblock, do it for 'em he can't reach
San Juan by next Sunday
Mummy mummy mummy

Walking through the market, stop buy some rum and coke
Plantains please, my mummy man spoke
But you have to pay 'cause you know dude I'm broke
Sitting outside the sunset, are we in Cadiz yet?

Over to Majorca for few audience fit
Juan Carlos, his throne he go sit
Throw the mummy in the dungeon bottomless pit
Appealing in the Hague say
Mummy mummy mummy

I was listening to a classic VH when I pulled an H. Singh
Drank myself into a stupor, ears started to ring
And I'll go finally Al's and type my brain away
With Pebbles and Ives we'll meet Madonna, Ladonna, Shadonna
And my brother with the very best name of all
And we'll go to finally Al's and type our brains away

Let's play bacci and horseshoes and croquet
But no, not cricket, 'cause I can't say their names
And I'll go to finally Al's and type my brains away

Penguin, Moe, Sal, Chris
Penguin, Moe, Sal, Chris

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Inca Rag/Name Game song meanings
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    General CommentI don't have a clue about much of this song, but I guess Francisco PIzarro was a Spanish conquistador who conquered the Incas and founded the city of Lima. So that might have something to do with "Mummy day Pizarro" and "Inca Rag," but the rest of it is a mystery. The only other things I know is that the song makes me want to have a rum and Coke, and oh yeah, it's an incredible song. So listen to it!
    yowza_beanon February 05, 2005   Link
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    General Commentmatt SO sounds like jack white in this. c'mon. you all know it.
    ghostson June 12, 2005   Link
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    General Commentboth/all of these/this songs/song are/is kind of throwaway silliness, but I say that in a positive positive way.

    inca rag sounds like a fun tale. matt or whichever narrator is going to the dumpster and finds the mummy de none other than Pizarro. they go on an adventure... matt takes the mummy to Spain and we have a few looks at the cheesy hilarity that ensues. they finally get to Spain, where it seems to me Juan Carlos sees him and throws him into the dungeon bottomless pit. when a trial comes of Juan Carlos doing that to a Spanish hero, Carlos is just like, "...c'mon! mummy mummy mummmayyyyyyyyyyyy!" good times for everyone.

    I tried figuring out Name Game for a while, but I think it's just FF playing around and seeing what a good proper noun can do to the tone and atmosphere of a song.

    eleventyon August 23, 2009   Link

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