"Bobs Party Time Lounge" as written by Les Claypool, Reid L. Iii Lalonde and Bryan Kei Mantia....
Glad you came, glad you're here.
Have some champagne, imported beer.
Dig down in your dirt bag
And roll us out a spliff.

Been erect here now for thirteen days
And I came to get relief
At Bob's Party Time.
Pack my nose with cocaine
Feed my filthy hole.

Bust out the dancin' women
I'm prone to lose control.
And if by chance I fall down
And bust my head on the floor,
Just wrap my wound in a porterhouse steak
And point me towards the shore.
At Bob's Party Time.


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"Bob's Party Time Lounge" as written by Les Claypool Bryan Kei Mantia

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    General CommentBob Cock comes to mind, but then I heard that this album was about either the nineteenth or twentieth century (e.g. going over Niagra in barrels, Camelback Cinema) so maybe it refers to a different person specifically. Could also be about the ups and downs (or highs and lows/comedown/hangover) of a party, drugs, or life.
    Baudson September 10, 2006   Link
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    General CommentThis song is the same track on Brown Album and Rhinoplasty... Just thought I'd share.
    Also, I don't know how this song ties into the nineteenth century thing, I just think it's about what Bauds here said. Although, knowing Primus, there is probably much more to this song than meets the eye. A great example of that is Mr. Krinkle.
    Invader Z?on March 17, 2007   Link
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    General CommentI read somewhere recently (the bullboard I think) that it's about the character Bob Cock's overdose on cocaine, and his subsequent life in heaven. If so it could mean that there are many pleasures in life, we're only mortal and some things carry a lot of risk, so be careful and stuff.
    Baudson June 01, 2007   Link

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