"Squelch The Weasel" as written by and Aaron Freeman Michael Melchiondo....
Squelch the little weasel, crush him before he spawns
Break it to me gently, but with merriment and song
Squelch the little weasel, juice him as he bleeds
Feed him to the many, for thoust their souls shall weep

Sipping of the sunray blading in the earth
Evolving was the nectar given to the weasel birth
I was just a puppet until the clouds caved in
Bless me now you are sacred my flesh betwixt my skin

Sipping of the sunray blading in the earth
Evolving was the nectar given to the weasel birth

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"Squelch the Weasel" as written by Michael Melchiondo Aaron Freeman

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  • +1
    General Commentthis song contains the most haunting, lonely guitar solo in existence.

    utter guitar simplicity. dirty channel, wah, that's it. it's all feeling.

    it is a perfect element in a perfect Ween song.

    listening with an engineer's ear this song is a joy. all the tiny flaws i can pick out only make it better, like the slight hesitations in the acoustic guitar double tracking.

    as for the lyrical content, it barely matters to me, Gener's delivery is gold.
    slamkingon November 11, 2010   Link
  • 0
    General CommentFirst comment lol Does anyone else think this sounds like 'Mosquito Song' by QOTSA? Deaner was even on that track. What is it with Ween and weasels btw there's one on Freedom of '76 as well as two on GwS. No f'n clue what the lyrics are on about here.
    Beekarryon July 18, 2007   Link
  • 0
    General CommentWell, I really have no clue what this song is about, but somehow I like it far above all other ween songs.

    By the way: In my studentyears (beginning 1990) in Amsterdam, Ween was performing on many thursdaysnights in a place called Korsakoff.
    The place was often filled with max 20 people, and they had their taperecorder as drums. QUite silly but good fun.
    Nice guys, if not sober. ;-)
    MrWillowon December 20, 2007   Link
  • 0
    General CommentI think the weasel and stallion themes are farkin epic.

    These guys are so underrated. For crying out loud, iTunes notes the genre as comedy FFS. Yes, some of it is funny, but their body of work is so broad now that you can't typecast the band like that.

    The question of what book or music you'd take to a desert island, well I'd choose my music as WEEN. Fave band of all time.
    billvison September 03, 2009   Link
  • 0
    General CommentI agree with billvis that the stallion and weasel themes are awesome, and that ween is under rated.

    Anyways i saw a youtube video of them doing this song and befor they start it Gener says This next song is about God. Then someone yells out We don't care about god. and Gener responds Aww I do.

    mdpowon March 29, 2010   Link
  • 0
    General CommentI have serious trouble understanding this song, and I suspect Ween does too. ;-)

    But for some reason this IS their best song, as far as I am concerned. :-)
    This song does something strange, it haunts. Problem is Ween is in general totally funny, so this their out-of-character-song. Ask them for details, for I can only guess.
    MrWillowon February 04, 2011   Link
  • 0
    General CommentNo idea what this song is about, but I'll be damned if it isn't the most beautiful song about a weasel ever written.
    JPetermanon May 02, 2013   Link
  • -2
    General Commentslamking, you want haunting?

    If you want to fuck up your head, try this: Trees - The Garden of Jane Delawney

    It has a youtube-entry here:

    Don't listen once. Listen more often and try to understand. :-/
    MrWillowon February 04, 2011   Link

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