Efils good and the time is right
I'll bundle-up and slip away
The count is down and the drip is up
It's time to split this hunk of clay
Now you can bring back my suitcase
But you can't bring me

And you can have all the money
'Cause you say that you must
But if you think that it matters
Take a look at me

And don't close your eyes
As I turn into dust
Efils good
Don't tell me that I can 't do this
As if you don't know
How efils good

Lyrics submitted by one hit wonder, edited by mlleangelique, emgre

Efils' God Lyrics as written by Michael S. Simpson Mark O. Everett

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    General CommentIt's about dying. "Splitting this hunk of clay," among a plenthora of other blatant allusions to slowly dying. It's a common idea in various relgions that Man was made from clay.
    Solarioon July 15, 2007   Link

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