"The Weed That Killed Elvis" as written by Simon Friend, Charles Kenton Heather, Mark Chadwick, Jonathan Sevink, Jeremy Cunningham, Philip Merriam Johnstone and Hammer Rev....
The NATO bombs were like sleeping pills
When I smoked the weed that killed Elvis
I took enough to make me ill
When I smoked the weed that killed Elvis
I was public enemy number one
When I smoked the weed that killed Elvis
I chewed Semtex like bubble gum
When I smoked the weed that killed Elvis

Now Slobodan was a tennis pro
When I smoked the weed that killed Elvis
I turned fuckin' Eskimo
When I smoked the weed that killed Elvis
I found a place where I could die
When I smoked the weed that killed Elvis
I found god but I lost an eye
When I smoked the weed that killed Elvis

Happiness was a girl I knew
When I smoke


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"The Weed That Killed Elvis" as written by Hammer Rev Charles Kenton Heather

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    General CommentThis one doesn't have a meaning. It was a guitar riff that a few of the band were messing about with. The lyrics are random ones that Mark Chadwick and the Rev Hammer were reading from a newspaper and trying them out to see if they fitted the tune.
    admatheron March 24, 2005   Link

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