"Honey Bucket" as written by and Roger Osbourne....
In times of bella foe fa lies cobalt cast and clean.
I gotta motor fare the wheel real fast and fear.
Tri-jacking blackened for moi, handcuffs and special keys.
Triple lies and neckties divide. This will be his size.
Throw my case of Plasticine down. Maybe after you won't let it.
Ain't about to pick my rounds. This is in my way.
Plop is fast as my hole's down. Green glass and most of all.
Been around the somber town, maybe in the wall.


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"Honey Bucket" as written by Roger Osbourne

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    General CommentWhatever the meaning of these lyrics, this is one of the best Melvins songs. King B doesn't seem to appreciate literacy, but he sure rocks !
    Kaiser Sozeon October 17, 2004   Link
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    General CommentWhatever the meaning of these lyrics, this is one of the best Melvins songs. King B doesn't seem to appreciate literacy, but he sure rocks !
    Kaiser Sozeon October 17, 2004   Link
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    General CommentFirst of all, I have the lyrics slightly different:

    Eight times of fel-an-fo-fi
    Like cobalt cast and clean
    I got a mojo felt the wheel
    Real fashion
    Tri-jack it black it for more
    Handcuffs with special keys
    Triple locked and been down defiled
    It's a V.S.I.

    Throw a case of plasticine down,
    Baby I can immolate
    And it's rotten in my rounds
    This is in my way
    I'm as fast as my home town
    Green glass it most of all
    Been around this foreign cage
    VIllage in the wall.

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    IN my opinion, this song is about small-town boredom and rebellion, looking back on it from a later perspective, and asking yourself what you accomplished in the necessity of breaking away from what people tried to make you, and what you almost allowed yourself to be.
    pentalarcon June 02, 2005   Link
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    General CommentFirst of all, I have the lyrics slightly different:

    Eight times of fel-an-fo-fi
    Like cobalt cast and clean
    I got a mojo felt the wheel
    Real fashion
    Tri-jack it black it for more
    Handcuffs with special keys
    Triple locked and been down defiled
    It's a V.S.I.

    Throw a case of plasticine down,
    Baby I can immolate
    And it's rotten in my rounds
    This is in my way
    I'm as fast as my home town
    Green glass it most of all
    Been around this foreign cage
    VIllage in the wall.

    ***
    IN my opinion, this song is about small-town boredom and rebellion, looking back on it from a later perspective, and asking yourself what you accomplished in the necessity of breaking away from what people tried to make you, and what you almost allowed yourself to be.
    pentalarcon June 02, 2005   Link
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    General CommentKing Buzzo probably has the worst illiteration (sp?) out of any other singer in the music world but he's still as awesome as hell.
    Pyrokinetic_Punkeron March 11, 2007   Link
  • 0
    General Commentalliteration
    oleanders*and*milkon April 24, 2007   Link
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    General CommentIt sounds like a song about being bored in a small town and stealing cars for fun and possibly drinking while doing so.
    HumbertHumberton January 01, 2009   Link
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    General CommentIt's Melvins; there is no meaning.
    powert99on June 30, 2013   Link

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