"Incarnated Solvent Abuse" as written by and William Steer Jeffrey Walker....
Intenacious, intersecting
Reaving fats from corporal griskin
Culled...for sodden gelatine brayed
Skeletal groats triturated, desinently
Exsiccated, sere glutenate brewed
For frivolous solvent abuse...

Derogate coarse remains
For glue to dry
Despoiled marrow razed

A truculent shambles so severe

Extravated bone, as adhesive incarnate
A pellucid quietus, nocuosly I create

Corporal glue, breathe in the fumes
Mucilage vapours, toxic fumes to savour

Comminuted remains
As gum to dry
A lissom gel so glazed

A truculent shambolic affair

The exsanguine esprit, shorted as snuff
Rheumic oils forever, Bonded together as gum

Human glue, choke on the fumes
Noxious vapours, slaughterous labour

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"Incarnated Solvent Abuse" as written by Michael Amott Jeffrey Walker

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    General CommentOne of Carcass's best songs, I've always liked Carcass.
    Ratgirlon June 11, 2002   Link
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    General CommentYeah, great solos on it too.
    I saw somewhere it's about a guy who sniffs so much glue that when he dies and they cut him open on the autopsy table, all that remains inside him is solvent vapours. That is incorrect, it's about turning human bones/flesh into glue.
    evildaveon January 23, 2005   Link
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    General Commentyeah this is one of their best, awesome solos definately. Steer/Amott were one of the all time great guitar duos.
    Disposition_987on January 29, 2005   Link
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    General Commenti think its about how people take horses and what have you and turn them into glue, just so someone can go and huff it up his nose...jeff walker is for animal rights and all that, so i think it makes sense
    myguitardidyermom12on June 10, 2007   Link
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    General CommentI agree, it's about a man being turned into glue, and being sniffed. Back when I was a kid, we used glue to hold stuff together :p
    Stabwound666on July 28, 2008   Link

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