Philly sweets. Two for five. Killing time. Waiting for the final battle. Got the shakes. Wasting Life. Killing time. Waiting for the final battle now.

Nose bleeds and psycho babble, I know it all too well. The penis was from heaven and it went to hell. It's past the time to think. It's time to kill. And just know, I've been waiting for this forever.

Got the shakes. Wasting Life. Killing time. The final battle is now.

This time, it's everything you thought, it'd be folks. This time it's Antman vs. Black Santa. Like Clash Of The Titans and War Of The Worlds.

You stand for the lowest class, take me off your list. I'm, no democrat, I'm a conversationalist. If your aunt had balls, she'd be your uncle. And, you just cant get it off your brain. Give a straight answer, not today not tomorrow. Come sit down. Tell the boss what's on your mind.

Shake it like a sickie.


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    General CommentThe album Clients (which this is on) is mainly written about mentally challenged people. The singer worked at a convenience store next to an adult development center type place and he wrote songs about the people that would come into his store.
    samwaltonon September 18, 2007   Link
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    General Commentthis a song about a homeless man, which guy nicknamed black santa, he once came into the convenience store where the singer worked and told him, "The penis was from heaven and it went to hell."....its pretty much what guy experienced working at the store and what he saw....black santa is/was real... lol =]
    space_monkey138on April 19, 2008   Link
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    General CommentThis is a song about Black Santa...a retard

    Good song.
    Anthem515on March 17, 2006   Link
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    General Commentits no secret that Red Choird write songs about mentally challenged and mentally insane people.

    I'd say its just pretty much about that.
    bloodjunkieon March 17, 2006   Link

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