"Fat Boy/Fat/Requiem" as written by and Kyle Ellison Curt Kirkwood....
We went down to Leroy's double-barrel sun
Varmints always whippin' ass on Leroy
Devil-rabbit costume, gettin' on was fun
Always whinin' "Stop the war on fatboy"

Stop abusing Martians
Stop reducing calories
Clip your eggs together
Monkey one

Keep gettin' on - part of the plans that were made
We held up the donut just before the sun
We all argued who would service fat boy
Fat boy has the knowledge, knowledge overcome
Super hand of wonder it's the fat boy


Fat boy claims he's triplets, I believe each one
Always, always lying, it's the fat boy
If I claim I'm triplets it's knowledge overcome
Super hand of wonder is this fat boy


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"Fatboy/Fat/Requiem" as written by Kyle Ellison Curt Kirkwood


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    General CommentI believe that going to "Leroy's double-barrel sun" refers to going to a local restaurant called Leroy's Chicken Waffles and Check cashing in Chandler, AZ which is connected to the southeast side of Tempe, AZ where the pups reside. The double-barrel sun part, I believe refers to doing a double dose of "Orange Sunshine" LSD, which came in a tiny 1/8 x 1/4 inch "barrel" which resembled a tin can. This is pretty much speculation, considering about 10 minutes of research. I found that Leroy's is the only internet listed restaurant near Tempe with this name, also a Google search for double-barrel sun was auto-completed to include "shine" after sun, directing me to a message board with people talking about doing barrels of orange sunshine (and often taking double doses.) So, apparently going to eat chicken and waffles while tripping is a thing to do. Kind of explains why he saw fatboy in a devil rabbit costume to me a bit, also... Knowledge overcome seems to refer to having a belief in something that overcomes the knowledge of factual things.
    kyndjiallon February 08, 2016   Link

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