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Weekend Sex Change song meanings
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    General Commentthe recording that is played during this instrumental is supposedly from a 1934 propaganda film called "dillinger, public enemy no. 1". It says "Here lies the inevitable end for criminals like Dillinger. The electric chair yawns for its fodder of calloused human beasts whose warped minds prompt evil deeds. The wages of sins is death." It then repeats "Crime never pays". The band's reference to dillinger makes sense, and it certainly creates a creepy sense of inhumanity when played with the music. I don't know if it has any more meaning than this, or what the radio overlay about the government agent is from...
    escapist_flawon November 02, 2008   Link
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    General CommentI think this song is about how crack babies are really percussion instruments with coffee in their diapers.

    And the lyrics are wrong. They should be
    PianoIslandArsoniston June 20, 2006   Link
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    General CommentI like the solo on this..
    Lateralus518on December 13, 2006   Link
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    General Commentlisten to this song on a hallucinogenic
    SaviorSalvation213on December 31, 2007   Link
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    General CommentHoly shit @ the drums near the end, damn impossible. I don't believe he actually played that.
    Bloodshed-344on April 20, 2008   Link
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    General Commentthere are lyrics in this song, something about a government agent. and the voice saying "im never fake"
    danknuggaon August 16, 2008   Link

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