"Spank Thru (Fecal Matter Demo)" as written by and Kurt Cobain....
This song is for lovers out there
And the little light in the trees
And all the flowers have gingivitis
And the birds fly happily
We're together once again my love
I need you back oh baby baby
I can't explain just why we lost it from the start
Living without you girl you'll only break my heart...
I can feel it I can hold it I can rub it I can shape it
I can mold it I can cut it I can taste it I can spank it
Beat it
Masturbate it
I been looking for days now
Always hearing the same ol' city boy
Won't you spank through?
I can make you do things you won't think you ever could


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"Spank Thru" as written by Kurt Cobain

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    General CommentI think it's funny people take the first verse seriously. He's just making of fun of generic pop music. Come on, "Where the birds fly happily" and "the flowers sing in D Minor" and "oh baby baby", have you ever heard Kurt make lyrics like that? He's joking. This song is the shit.
    ProfWon June 20, 2011   Link
  • 0
    General Commentawesome song!
    NeuralNoiseon March 05, 2006   Link
  • 0
    General CommentI posted these lyrics yesterday. These were just based on what I heard. I listened to a live version yesterday and noticed that the intro is nearly unintelligible.

    Nice song though. This version makes more sense than the other one for it meaning masturbation.
    fugiwareon March 06, 2006   Link
  • 0
    General CommentWow, you took a lot of time to copy them down. Way to go.

    Personally, I think the vocals suck, but that sometimes makes the song all the more appealing. I like the lyrics better than the other version, though.
    .Three.Lefts.on June 05, 2006   Link
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    General Commentthis is one of the best versions of this song, you can get a better recorded one thats just as cool if not cooler on the sub pop 200 compilation. nirvana has 1 track out of the 20 on it, and it is this song. you can buy it on cduniverse if you search sub pop 200 as a soundtrack.
    when i first heard this, it struck a chord with me. i had already heard the wishkah version, but this one is better. he sounds kind of out of tune singing wise, but that makes it cool. the solo is absolute incredible. for all those people who think kurt is a mediocre guitar player, listen to his solo, and that was 1985, imagine how much better he got with almost another decade of guitar playing on top of that before he died. i dont know about you guys, but everytime i got a new nirvana cd, one song in particular stood out and id listen to it then get tired of it eventually, with bleach it was love buzz, with incesticide it was dive, and with in utero it was milk it. on this cd, this was the song that i liked the most the first time i heard it, now im tired of this version
    of the song. :(
    wally the walruson July 07, 2006   Link
  • 0
    General Commenti dont like the name of this song though, it sounds like some shitty rap song.
    snaremopon August 29, 2006   Link
  • 0
    General Commentthis song is awful and he sings terrible, its better when he starts yelling

    fuck i can do better than this
    cjohnsonon June 29, 2007   Link
  • 0
    General Commenti do like the lyrics a lot better on this one, and it explains the masturbation thing a lot better.

    ANYWAY, i don't think this song sucks at all.

    do you not think that his vocals are so precious? i mean, COME ON.

    the way he sings the first verse is hilarious.
    anyway, i guess i don't care about it sounding perfect because of the natural hilarity of his voice.
    Mertosaion October 20, 2008   Link
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    General CommentThis is fecal matter right>?
    They say ''All the flowers have gingivitis'' on this version =p
    JesseShutUp5on June 07, 2010   Link

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