"Licksore" as written by and Gwar Gwar....
Lonely and crippled she lives all alone
Stares out the window, no one on the telephone
Her only friend - a little kitty kat
She feeds it a lot
Kitty pretty fat

Licksore, something to abhor
Kitty kat don't want no rat
Mommy's on the floor
Licksore, getting to the core
Kitty kat is getting fat
Tongue becomes a bore

Mommy's got a problem, seems that mommy's dead
Kitty's got no food lick a hole in mommy's head
Kitty loves her mommy, kitty loves the taste
Kitty loves mommy, kitty loves salami

The hold is getting bigger
Head fits inside
Sucking at the nostrils
Feasting on the eyes
Kitty pretty hungry kitty must sup
Kitty pretty lonely, mommy won't get up
Mommy won't get up

The landlord comes by the tenants are mad
They want to know why the smell is so bad
He beholds in horror
The ever-widening gash
But before he calls the cops he looks around for cash

Licksore has become bloody pothole
Licky lap at brain filled bowl
Licksore something to abhor
Mommy won't get up


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"Licksore" as written by Gwar Gwar

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    General CommentThis song is awesome, I told my friend to listen to it and it put him off his pizza. I laughed my ass off when he told me that.
    Phanaticon January 13, 2007   Link
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    General CommentThis song is awesome and the line "But before he calls the cops he looks around for cash" has to be the best part.
    Pogo Popeon April 13, 2007   Link
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    General CommentThis song is so awesome maybye beyond awesome top 5 all time, i recomend it to everyone, a bit creepy or gross but it is very well planned out, I sing along word for word, my son looks at me like i'm crazy, we dont look at our cat quite the same way either. (he is very fat bastard too)
    RichardHarriison October 10, 2009   Link

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