Brandy Buttersotch bartered and begged
Many Motherwell mustered and mugged
Lucy Liverspots lied oh! And legged
Danny Dungerees digged and he dugged.

So’s’on Saturday say slips’offs’a Sullivan’s Social Slub.
Need a nice ner and a nip and a nub?
Sup’slides’over Sullivan’s Social Slub.

Candy Cumberland cookied and cleaned.
Andy Aspirate assholed and ate
Gary Guttergunk gathered and gleaned
Stripey Stripleford stripled ‘em straight.

So’s’on Saturday say slips’offs’a Sullivan’s Social Slub.
Need a nice ner and a nip and a nub?
Sup’slides’over Sullivan’s Social Slub.

Sally Summerdress something and smiled
Vincent Vibraphone hung up and dialed
Fanny Firzafrank frowned fie fonna foe
Seamus Sweatyset swore at the show.

So’s’on Saturday say slips’offs’a Sullivan’s Social Slub.
Need a nice ner and a nip and a nub?
Sup’lides’over Sullivan’s Social Slub.


Lyrics submitted by Airyca, edited by enderandpeter

Sullivan's Social Slub song meanings
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    General CommentThe verses are what the people do during the week or in thier respective lives and the chorus explains how they all go down to Sullivans on Saturday. I think all the words are mispronouced because everyone is drunk.
    SomethingCleveron October 31, 2006   Link
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    General CommentThere's probably no meaning to this beyond "The Friedbergers really like allliteration". It is kind of impressive in that regard though; just imagine how many takes it would take someone to sing this all the way through without tripping up.
    destroyalltacoson September 09, 2006   Link
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    My OpinionIs it really "Sup’slides’over Sullivan’s Social Slub"? I heard "Suds slide sover Sullivan’s Social Slub" which seems to make more sense, imagining the weekend "slub" as a place of great merriment, congenial atmosphere, and drunken alliteration where the suds freely slide (in mugs over a bar counter). However, the meaning written here might be suggesting something like "Let us up and slide over...".
    enderandpeteron April 30, 2014   Link

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