"Lizzy" as written by and Roger Osbourne....
I'm sin
Done in water
You might be over him
He's somebody's daughter
As far as is well known

Send me a black one
Muzzled in a big fat one
Open with a castrate
Mystery man

He sits here with father
We seem so in love too

Open up a cat skin
White with a pretty hand
Wish the little beast gone
Half-made man

Elvis has honor
Not half-boned siksura

Heavy Betty big bone
Little Kitty big bone
I'm not sweetly
Give me one

Eat more with your collar
Calling me a man

Time is a big one
Lonely and a bit of fun
Mystery and hopeless
Happens with the palm trees
And she makes me want to see
Bring the kid and carry me
Rig it with the closeness
Hang my bones.


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"Lizzy" as written by Roger Osbourne

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    General CommentOkay, for the last time, it is NOT 'Elvis has honor', it's 'Elvis had a daughter'. God, this interpetation's been rehashed so many times I can't take it anymore. Okay, here we go.

    'Muzzled in a big coal'
    'Heaven better give one'
    'I'm not sweet, and give me one'
    'Calling m-m-me me a man'
    Melvanaon June 24, 2005   Link
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    General CommentOkay...I wasn't listening to the song when I typed that but now I am, and I found even MORE wrong lyrics. Nice job.

    'As far as is well known' is'As far as is well knows'
    'Muzzled in a big fat one' is 'Other than a big sun'
    'White with a pretty hand' is 'Why another pretty land?'
    'Elvis has honor' is 'Elvis had a daughter'
    'I'm not sweetly, give me one' is 'I'm no sweet and give me one'
    'Calling me a man' is 'Calling m-m-me a maid'
    'Lonely and a bit of fun' is 'I only have to free some'
    'Happens with the palm trees' is 'Have a twisted ????'
    'Rig it with the closeness' is 'Rig it with the close pound'

    That's like 9 lyrics you messed up. Try listening to the song next time.
    Melvanaon June 28, 2005   Link
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    General CommentThe chorus of this is heavily ripped off from the Pirates' classic "Shakin' All Over". Just listen to the song and compare.
    OpiumForThePeopleon December 28, 2005   Link
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    General CommentWaitaminnit - "Heavy Betty big bone" is actually "Heavy Metal Wigwam", you philistines!
    revscapegoaton January 19, 2006   Link
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    General CommentHeh, I've realized that it's useless to argue over the lyrics of the Melvins....God knows how Buzz and Dale write this stuff, but it's mostly unintelligible, the biggest exception being "Air Breather...."

    And I apologize for sounding like an ass before, haha. I guess I just got pissed over the amount of times I heard that "Elvis has honor" line....even though it's clearly not right.
    Melvanaon April 29, 2006   Link
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    General CommentThis song is greatness either way.
    Evadon May 20, 2006   Link
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    General CommentI don't know why, but from what little I can make out of the lyrics and how the song sounds, I made an idea about what this song is about. It sounds like someone takes advantage of a position of trust, like father to a daughter, and sexually molests her, and she gets pregnant and has a child. I dunno. I'm making shit up, but that's what I always saw when I listened to it.
    LordRetardon March 24, 2007   Link
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    General Commentidk, but htis song is purely awesome in the mellow sense
    oleanders*and*milkon April 24, 2007   Link
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    General CommentI thought it was "Heavy Metal Big One" instead of "Heavy Betty big bone" or "Heaven better give one".
    myironlungon April 17, 2008   Link
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    General CommentIts' definitely "rig it with a clothespin" at the end, especially considering he says,"hang my bones."
    agonyburnsredon March 13, 2010   Link

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