"The Grobe" as written by and Michael Melchiondo....
Sometimes the ones you hold so close can make you cry
But it's a pain in the ass to let 'em go
With a battered wish you hoped that the monkey wore a tie
But it's no surprise to find he don't

Put the pointed pencil in the pepper-po
and take a little sniff of the things below
Bring it to a boil and simmer low
Put the noodle on the griddle as it climbs the Grobe

Watch the worker shield his heart from the world outside
Didn't get a chance to let him know
Alsace is spinning fast and wine mixed with the tide
Please don't let my brain explode

Put the pointed pencil in the pepper-po
and take a little sniff of the things below
Bring it to a boil and simmer low
Put the noodle on the griddle as it climbs the Grobe


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"The Grobe" as written by Michael Melchiondo Aaron Freeman

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    General Commentit's about working in a person who works in an office.

    and how he has no way of taking out any of his aggressions...

    "the grobe" could be a synonym for the corporate latter
    deadcow666on November 14, 2007   Link
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    General Commentit's about heroin. freeman said so himself.

    ones you hold so close can make you cry - but it's a pain in the ass to let 'em go: addiction. wanting to quit, but can't.

    pointed pencil in the pepper-po: shooting up.

    bring it to a boil and simmer low: cooking smack in a spoon.

    wine mixed with the tide: pulling blood up into the syringe.

    pretty transparent - killer riff, though.
    bluedozenon July 09, 2016   Link

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