"The Perfect Remedy" as written by and Tom Thacker Craig Wood....
if i paint a picture of the days gone by i could tell a story minus the truth,
it's the only way i couldn't walk a meter in your shoes you'll see,
when you see they're soaked i left them out in the rain
and they are just like weights i could help you choose a name,
first thing that i saw today make the best of new conditions,
never be the same pent up in me,
tied up in my room i found the perfect remedy spit you out,
or just chew it pent upin you,
tied up in your room you got the best cut of deal you lay down,
with the newest i though about you in my bed last night you
were a thousand years old, had a million boyfriends,
i have a rubber stopper to prevent the worst happening mark
the troubled spot within and press
with all my mightiness band it back all the way this one it'll never break
make the best of old ideas never be the same

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"The Perfect Remedy" as written by Gabe Mantle Craig Wood


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    General Commenthonestly... just listen to the lyrics. it's quite a dirty song. *grins*.
    lobstergirlon June 07, 2002   Link
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    General CommentWow, this is my favorite Gob song and I've prolly heard it 1000 times, yet not once did occur to me that the song is about why you implied. But now that I think about it.... ;)
    DrugBuston June 13, 2002   Link
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    General CommentYou both sicken me :P
    But the rubber stopper line makes more sence now.....
    lookcheon June 01, 2005   Link
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    General CommentYears later and this is still in my top 5 songs of all time.
    DrugBuston February 13, 2006   Link

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