Ohh my is a rigorous tale,
I spent years inside the whale,
You my friend on the other hand,
Content to run with the alsorans,
Mezmerized by the circle crops,
Scared to death by the bleeps and blops,
So you call the cops,

But just remember,
that one policemen leads to another,

Ohh my years of fleeting fame,
But here I am still in this game,
You my friend you'll never learn,
You're still convinced you'll get your turn,
You lost upperhand because,
You couldn't remember who your enemy was,
So you called the fuzz,

And one policemen leads to another,

Oh you and your thing for authority,
I wish you would steer clear of me,
Sirens wail and buzzers beep,
And winner's lose and then loser wept,
Sure as an igloo is what an eskimo sleeps in,

Every policemen knows more policemen,

Ohh mine was a perilous journey,
But I had the best attorney,
You my friend always going alone,
Now the rats have dips on your every bone,
Insurance paths were never taken,
Your dormant dreams were never awaken,
And it smells like bacon,

You ought to know that one policemen leads to another,
One policemen leads to another,
One policemen leads to another,
One policemen leads to another,
One policemen leads to another,

One policemen leads to another,
One policemen leads to another,
One policemen leads to another,
One policemen leads to another,


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    General CommentI think it's a song about jealousy. The narrator is someone who took risks and lives a wild lifestyle. But it all seems to have worked out for the narrator. He has had a varying degree of success.

    But his antagonist has played it safe, and played by the rules which has left them just another person. Limited success and jealous of the others success. So how does the antagonist respond? By calling "the fuzz."

    They are jealous their tidy life hasn't worked out, so they are attempting to make the narrators life difficult because they need to see some benefit of playing it safe.

    They might not of been successful but at least they won't be in legal trouble like the narrator.
    hornytheclownon July 05, 2012   Link

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