"Dynamite Satchel of Pain" as written by and Brendan B./mc Cabe Brown....
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My balls are bigger than a dynamite satchel of pain,
Now sit your ass in the chair and I'll tell you my name,
My daddy always told me that he didn't wanna hear me complain,
That's why my balls are bigger than a dynamite satchel of pain,
I hope this song will explain,
Just why my balls are bigger than a dynamite satchel of pain,
Well I was born in the back of a truck on the fourth of July,
I was raised by a Portuguese ninja who taught me to fly,
A business man pulled over and he asked if I needed a ride,
I had to eat that business man for lunch 'cause I wanted his tie,
Damn I look good in that tie,
Air born Portuguese ninja eats man for his tie,

My balls are bigger than a dynamite satchel of pain,
My balls are bigger than a dynamite satchel of pain,
My daddy always told me that he didn't wanna hear me complain,
That's why my balls are bigger than a dynamite satchel of pain,
My balls are bigger than a dynamite satchel of pain,
My balls are bigger than a dynamite satchel of pain,
My balls are bigger than a dynamite satchel of pain,
My balls are bigger than a dynamite satchel of pain,
My balls are bigger than a dynamite satchel of pain,
My balls are bigger than a dynamite satchel of pain,
My balls are bigger than a dynamite satchel of pain,
My balls are bigger than a dynamite satchel of pain,
My balls are bigger than a dynamite satchel of pain.




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"Dynomite Satchel of Pain" as written by Mike Mc Cabe Brendan B. Brown

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    General CommentThis song is hilarious.

    Why does this song have 2 alternative versions of "The Song That I Wrote When You Dissed Me" on the end?
    Wallamanageon August 19, 2005   Link
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    General CommentThey were hidden demo tracks. Some releases have them seperate and others have them as part of the last song.
    Denzilon September 03, 2005   Link
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    General CommentWhen I first heard this, "Damn I look good in a tie!" made me laugh SO HARD.
    kimadon August 14, 2006   Link

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