"Barbecutie" as written by and Ronald D Mael....
For the sake of man he has forsaken his whole tan
Living in the snow advancing how much we will know
But his heart cries out

Barbecutie, Barbecutie, Barbecutie, you Barbecutie,
When you're with him he is warm

Let's pursue this more why should he leave so much that's warm
To his detriment maybe he's oh so slightly bent
Ask her, she would know


The friends are getting friendly on the lawn
The flies are making enemies of all
Aroma rising from the ancient coals
Has turned you into someone very bold
And killed whatever hesitance she showed


Look he's back unharmed he must defrost his frozen charm
"How are you today" that's very good, he's on his way
To the barbecue


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"Barbecutie" as written by Ronald D Mael

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    General CommentBasically, it seems that the subject of the song has gone on some scientific mission into a polar region to advance the knowledge of mankind. He has forsaken his sweetheart in doing so, but he still misses her terribly.

    The protagonist then casts doubt about the sexual persuasion of the subject ("bent" being a slang term for homosexual)

    In the meantime a barbecue is happening in the subject's, presumably warm, hometown. His sweetheart is there, being willingly wooed by someone else, drunk on the atmosphere.

    The subject returns home form the cold, and proceeds to the barbecue. Maybe this town ain't big enough for the both of them...
    SvenShawon March 05, 2011   Link

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