I dont know...maybe it was the rain
Another gray day...a fault maybe
The real test was finding a bucket with enough holes to let it out
One of those days when the corn dries up and your nose turns red
The ground crackles, the crystals break
Mid day the sun sets, back up...back up to the warm room
God is laying across your bed talking backwards
Here, take my leg, take my eyes, take my brain...take my brain...my brain...
M?, m? without the window again
I got some blood on the floor, the window wont close...its getting cold
The winged merchant flies with eyes of fire..no, no not this again
Its like a stone that smokes instead of burns, like wet wood thats green and fresh
You want my chicken? My potato salad?
You want me to tell you how my day was?
WELL GOD WAS ON MY BED WHEN I GOT HOME.....
Thats how my day was.


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    General CommentGreat song. Maybe it's about having a terrible day and coming home to an overly needy person?

    This is actually a Z-Rock Hawaii song. Z-Rock Hawaii was a collaboration between Ween and members from the Boredoms, a Japanese noise rock band, during Ween's big music excersion in 96.

    The album itself is freaking impossible to find; last time it was on amazon it was selling for $50, and the website that used to sell it closed down.
    Rabidon April 02, 2006   Link
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    General CommentHauntingly bizarre song. I almost want to host a picnic so I can find some semi-reasonable context to quote the last four lines and dumbfound those around me.
    MuToiD_MaNon January 04, 2008   Link
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    General CommentIn this song there's a voice in the background making this "kookooKOO KOO kooKOO!" sound periodically, sounds like a combination of a rooster and a car that won't start.
    MuToiD_MaNon January 18, 2008   Link

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