"Mr. Moustache" as written by and Kurt Cobain....
Fill me in on your new vision
Wake me up with indecision
Help me trust your mighty wisdom
Yes I eat cow, I am not proud.

Show me how you question, questions
Lead the way to my temptation
Take my hand and give it cleaning
As I eat cow, I am not proud.

Easy in an easy chair
Poop as hard as rock
I don't like you anyway
Seal it in a box

Now you
Damn you

Fill me in on your new vision
Wake me up with indecision
Help me trust your mighty wisdom
Yes I eat cow, I am not proud.

Show me how you question, question
Lead the way to my gestation
Take my hand and give it cleaning
Yes I eat cow, I am not proud.

Easy in an easy chair
Poop as hard as rock
I don't like you anyway
Seal it in a box

Now you
Damn you
Now you
Damn you


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"Mr. Moustache" as written by Kurt Cobain

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    General CommentThis song actually has a bit of a tune and the words sound good together. The band came out with a lot of pro-vegetarian sounding lines in their songs, like in "Something In The Way" where the line goes, "It's ok to eat fish cuz they don't have any feelings" (being sarcastic). This song to me seems like it's aimed at someone who thinks they can do it all or explain it all (Fill me up on your new vision...help me trust your mighty wisdom...etc) but Cobain is doubting them, which has never happened to that person before or something. I don't know, I mean, I've listened to the song before, but I never quite thought about what it means. Now reading the lyrics I came up with my theory but the theory about the macho man one seems good as well.
    TaytorToton February 15, 2006   Link

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