"Chris Cayton" as written by and John William Feldmann....
You taught me how to play guitar
You told me that I'd go
far just by trying
yea just by trying
When we were kids
playing Social D
spiritual man on LSD
We were frying
yea we were frying

Once in a while you'd fuck with me
no ground on my bass and it shocked me

Chris Cayton I called you satan
'Cause when we were skating
You would make the metal sign

You got kicked out of school for wearing profanity
'Too drunk to fuck' said the Dead Kennedys
on your button your punk rock button
You were born in S.I.T.
Vegetarian man no BLT on your muffin
no turkey stuffing

Once and a while I'd surf with you
Our first band was called IMRU

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"Chris Cayton" as written by John William Feldmann

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    General Commentno-one has said anything, so i will
    isn't this song about a real person, called chris cayton(obviously) and its basically a true story.
    Jon_on April 01, 2003   Link
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    General Commentyeah I too wanna know...
    I tried to search on web but I could'nt find out.
    BURGLAR KINGon May 09, 2003   Link
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    General CommentJohn's thank you's in CD booklets reference "Chris Cayton, my 'Spirit Walker'"
    loserdorkon May 10, 2003   Link
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    General Commentchris cayton is a religious singer/musician?
    Damniton January 06, 2005   Link
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    General Commentchris cayton was one of john from goldfinger's bandmates, along with lars from rancid, in the band IMRU. google is your friend. chris was a real person.
    darkspuron March 17, 2005   Link
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    General CommentCan anybody make out the dialogue in the middle of the song? What about all the bonus stuff at the end on the album Hang-Ups (not sure if they put another version on another album). Can anyone explain the significane of "the metal sign"?
    rosalyn-1943on March 02, 2009   Link

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