Sweet as sugar, sharp and silky - like a knife in the dark
Coo-chi-coo, could you come on put some ice on my heart?
Take you cheap suit and shoes back to where they belong
This ain't my first time around this dirty backstreet block

You say what you want
You do what you don't!
There's too much of you on my Cell-O-Phone

About as cool and as smooth as a knuckle to the jaw
Shoo-be-doo another fool thinks he's mighty Kong (Bing Bong)
Like a Rhino dancin' tangos in the Taj Mahal
Your mouth is movin' all I hear is, "Blah, blah... Bing Bong!"
What now?


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    General CommentThe inside of the spine of the album artwork contains Bible verses that correspond to each of the songs. These Bible verses help to clarify the meaning of the cryptically colorful lyrics.

    Cell-O-Phone = James 3.7-8
    markedwardon March 26, 2011   Link

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