"Get Back" as written by John Lennon and Paul Mccartney....
[Originally performed by The Beatles]

Jajo was a man who through me was saner,
But he knew it couldn't last.
Jajo left his home in Tuscon, Arizona,
For some California glass.

Get back, get back,
Get back to where you was belonged.
Get back, Jajo, go home.
Get back, get back,
Get back to where you was belonged.
Get back, Jajo.

Sweet Loretta Modern thought she was a woman,
But he was another man.
All the girls is around her say she's got it coming,
But she gets it while she can.

Get back, get back,
Get back to where you was belonged.
Get back, get back,
Get back to where you was belonged.
Get back home, Loretta.

Your mammy is waiting for you,
Wearing her high hed shoes.
And her low mosk sweater,
Get back home, Loretta.

Get back, get back,
Get back to where you was belonged,
Get back, get back,
Get back to where you was belonged.


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  • +1
    General Commentthey didn't cover the whole album, they left out "Let It Be"... although this is SUCH a great cover, I prefer "I Dig A Pony"

    sidenote: when I saw them live, they had the best merchandise... Laibach teacups!!!!
    wickedsprouton April 20, 2003   Link
  • +1
    General CommentThis song is widely believed to be a prediction on the imminent collapse of the Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia, which did collapse into disarray soon after.
    Brat Mojon November 09, 2004   Link
  • 0
    General Commentwow, who are these people, and why are they doing so many beatles covers? there's a lot of mistakes in these lyrics too...
    weezerific:cutleryon January 12, 2002   Link
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    General CommentLaibach is a very different band. They are from Slovenia. They have covered the entire Beatles album Let It Be.
    This song and the other covers don't mean much to me, but it's entertaining to listen to how they have mashed and massacrd the old Betles songs with industrial sounds and the most horrible singing voice in the history of music. On top of that, the singer has a slovenian accent; "Get bachh to vere you oonz belonked!!".
    TheDarkstaRon April 01, 2003   Link

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