Pogo, happy clown molester
Paints his face, disguise the jester
Joins the local Moose Lodge chapter
Spawning evil ever after
He picks his prey up at the bar
Gets him drunk and in the car
Drives him home and down the stairs
Strips him to his underwears
PO-GO! You're gonna burn in hell!

Murder victim, slice and smile
Serial killer, pedophile
Look into those empty eyes
You'll know it's your time to die
As he cuts you up in little bits
Cuts you up in little bits
Goes bop bop on your head again
Spills your blood, and now he's soaked in sin
PO-GO! You're gonna burn in hell!

Drives all night through the city streets
To hack up a victim like a piece of meat
Spoke to the Devil the other day and John is doing fine

Woah, the end is true
When the sun goes down on the city streets,
Pogo's coming after you!



Lyrics submitted by EmbryoSystem, edited by TUNDRA35

Pogo The Clown song meanings
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    General CommentIt's Pogo HAPPY clown molester
    Adreamunchasedon December 15, 2004   Link
  • 0
    General CommentThis song is about John Wayne Gacy, a rather odd fellow, and a rather odd band...The line isn't right on here, it's something like "Pogo ,something, the clown molester, not clownin lessons
    ExploitTheFilthon October 10, 2002   Link
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    General Commentas we all know, john is also known as the killer clown.. his killer-style has a lot in common with many of dfd's lyrics and it's nice that they really made a song about him..
    everybody loves toys and blood ;)
    TX9on June 06, 2003   Link
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    General CommentDude! You fucked up the best line! It goes: "Spoke to the Devil the other day and Johnny's doin' fine."

    The way you wrote it you make it seem Gacy did life in prison which he was executed with lethal injection. If you're going to go through the trouble of writing lyrics at least know the song first.

    Great song about the serial killer John Wayne Gacy. He would somethings dress like a clown named Pogo and entertain children at parties. Now I see why kids are afraid of clowns.
    TheJesuson May 30, 2005   Link
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    General CommentLyrics from the Comitted To a Bright Future version of the song...

    Pogo, happy clown molester
    Paints his face, disguise the jester
    Joins the local Moose Lodge chapter
    Spawning evil ever after
    He picks his prey up at the bar
    Gets him drunk and in the car
    Drives him home and down the stairs
    Strips him to his underwears
    PO-GO! You're gonna burn in hell!

    Murder victim, slice and smile
    Serial killer, pedophile
    Look into those empty eyes
    You'll know it's your time to die
    As he cuts you up in little bits
    Cuts you up in little bits
    Goes bop bop on your head again
    Spills your blood, and now he's soaked in sin
    PO-GO! You're gonna burn in hell!

    Drives all night through the city streets
    To hack up a victim like a piece of meat
    Spoke to the Devil the other day and John is doing fine

    Woah, the end is true
    When the sun goes down on the city streets,
    Pogo's coming after you!
    Psicofreak667on February 10, 2006   Link
  • 0
    General CommentEmbryoSystem needs to get a brain he like fucked those lyrics up the ass!!!!
    vegetable_carroton March 21, 2007   Link
  • 0
    General Commentabout John Wayne Gacy..the serial killer who dressed up as a clown which he called Pogo the Clown.
    Sessh0umaru01on July 25, 2007   Link
  • 0
    General CommentThis song is in fact about John Wayne Gacy. I found that out after I bought Stupid History and there is a certian page on him. Just like the clown from It.
    pearljam68on April 19, 2010   Link
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    General CommentThe lyrics in the first and second last paragraph put a smile on my face, but I don't understand how someone could think they're hearing what's been written. And what do you suppose a loco most life chapter is? Bizarre.
    BunkEmeon September 22, 2012   Link

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