"I Whupped Batman's Ass" as written by and Wesley Willis....
Spiderman thought he was bad
He was screwing my day up
He was bothering my girlfriend
He tried to con her out of 70 dollars

I whipped Spiderman's ass
I whipped Spiderman's ass
I whipped Spiderman's ass
I whipped Spiderman's ass

Spiderman messed with my girlfriend
Spiderman wrapped his arms around her with my bedroom door closed
Suddenly, I opened the bedroom door on Spiderman's sneaky ass
I caught him kissing my girlfriend and beat him to a pulp with a rubber hose

I whipped Spiderman's ass
I whipped Spiderman's ass
I whipped Spiderman's ass
I whipped Spiderman's ass

Spiderman beat the hell out of me
He webbed me and knocked me to the floor
I tore out of his web and threw him against the radiator
Spiderman was being such a stupid jerk!

I whipped Spiderman's ass
I whipped Spiderman's ass
I whipped Spiderman's ass
I whipped Spiderman's ass

Rock over London
Rock on Chicago
Napa, it's the parts store


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"I Whipped Batman's Ass" as written by Wesley Willis

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  • +2
    General CommentWesley Willis is so complex.

    I mean, any ordinary artist would have written made this song and "I Whipped Superman's Ass" the same, but not the great Mr. Willis. Lines like "Batman beat the hell out of me and knocked me to the floor, I got back up and knocked him to the floor" truly capture the incessant rat race of this culture.

    Or maybe it's just a schizo with a keyboard.
    Haggison August 22, 2002   Link
  • +1
    General Commentboy, can i ever identify with this one.
    ramtharon April 05, 2002   Link
  • +1
    General Commentsupposedly, Wesley Willis's choons are based on the voices he hears in his head...

    any way you slice it, it is a masterpiece.
    roger wilcoon June 11, 2002   Link
  • 0
    General CommentIf you ever wondered what a Big Black Homeless paranoid-schizaphrenic with a casio key board sounds like, now you now. His songs rock Saddam Hussan's ass. Rock over London, Rock on Chicago.
    sierpon May 07, 2002   Link
  • 0
    General CommentRock Over London, Rock on Chicago.
    Weeties - Breakfast of Champions.

    Wesley Willis wupps a horse's ass!
    Bornyon April 11, 2005   Link
  • 0
    General CommentCome on now.....we've heard the guitar masters...Johnny, Jeff,Frank,Carlos...we've heard the keyboard, drum,vocal and bass masters...but to produce such an entertaining genre of music with a bad voice and a casio....hey...this guy deserves credit...this shit is catchy in it's own perverse way, and what the music lacks, is more than made up for in it's everyday lyrical observations mixed with dilusions...it's like Seinfeld on crack with a casio, but better than the sum of it's parts
    Rock over London,rock on Chicago..Wesley, we love you like a milkshake !
    ricdon October 27, 2005   Link
  • 0
    General CommentHe is probably the most well known musician who plays a Casio.
    kmk_natashaon January 19, 2006   Link
  • 0
    General CommentI believe that this song is a reppraisal of how we normally view super-heroes. That is to say, usually, we are content to view these so-called "heroes" as men or women who only exist to do good, even though it is abundantly clear that on many occasions they have engaged in questionable - or even downright villanous - behavior. The song also challenges the notion that everyday people would not be able to overpower someone like Batman, who, it should be noted, is just a human being like everyone else. Thus, Willis is able to proclaim "I w(h)upped Batman's ass" as a mantra not only for questioning "conventional" knowledge but also for believing in yourself.
    bugmenot123on July 02, 2006   Link
  • 0
    General CommentRock over London! Rock on Chicago!

    Batman's a little bitch.
    Rodyleon December 24, 2006   Link
  • 0
    General CommentI'm gonna have to agree with Haggis. Some people on here try to put big, elaborate meanings to Wesley Willis songs, but he real,ly was just a crazy guy with a casio. Though I do find bugmenot123's interpretation to be an interesting one, I highly doubt he was thinking of that when he wrote it.
    escm989on June 27, 2007   Link

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