"Big Fat Pig" as written by and Neil Fallon Richard Timothy Sult....
Norman the Mormon hears the doorbell ring.
But inside they're not answering.
Peering through the window, to his surprise,
The door flies open, "Come inside!"
"I am Jason the Freemason, what you're selling i do not need.
Mr. Patrick, orthodox Catholic, is more likely in your league."

At that very moment Mr. Softee rings his bells,
Ding-a-ling ding-a-ling.
Quickly thereafter, Choco-Taco delight
While reclining on his brand new mountain bike.
Now watch you most closely, for here the plot does twist.
Enter Simon, the super Scientologist.

"I'm opining sailing Simon. Is you stupid or is you just high?
Mother Hubbard got me covered like Sarah Lee on her cherry pie."
Norman says to Simon, "Hey, if there are really aliens,
I would think that L. Ron Hubbard would have to be one of them."

"Oh My Lord! Oh My Lord! Oh My Oh My!"



The Pie Man passes by on his way to the fair (and he says)
"Reason, won't you put your blue dress on?
Reason, won't you put your blue jeans on?"

At that very moment Mr.Softee rings his bells.
So before Simon could bring his crushing blow,
Norman raises his hands, "Oh no, oh no!"
Simon says, "Hey, we ain't even finished this!"
Norman says, "Yes we have. Here come them Witnesses."

"Reason, won't you put your blue dress on?
Reason, won't you put your blue dress on?"
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    General Comment:(

    No one has commented on this song. How sad. The lyrics are so funny.

    I think it's just a satire on religion in general, but it might be specific to cults and cult-like religions. I don't think it's actually being legitimately critical of religion, but it is certainly making jest of it, all in good fun.
    Lionboyon May 02, 2008   Link
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    General CommentI love this song.

    Especially how everyone is trying to GTFO of there when the Jehovah's Witnesses show up.
    ChaseKendereson May 07, 2009   Link
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    General CommentI think that the religious references and the satire on religions is very accurate. Everybody knows the song
    "Devil with the Blue Dress On". Reason and logic has always been persecuted by most religions, from Galileo
    to Darwin. Reason = Devil = Reason, won't you put your blue dress on? Also, there is mention of the pieman,
    and we all recall the nursery rhyme of Simple Simon and the Pieman. A major dig at Scientologists, naming him
    "Simon" or simple (stupid) Is you stupid, or is you just high? (One of my favorite lyrics of all time!
    I used it on my boss once)
    My silly extrapolations.
    buzzbomb711on December 04, 2009   Link
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    General CommentWhat a hilarious satire of religious bickering. I saw Neil Fallon say in an interview once as soon as you get "red-faced" in a debate of politics or religion there's no longer any value in the debate; it's just an argument. Obviously that's correct, and it's something more people need to have the maturity to realize. Just go look at the discussion for "When Vegans Attack." Neil often uses humor like this to keep things lighthearted while still discussing philosophical shit. Personally, I don't think it's a band's job to preach; it's their job to entertain me. And that is why I love Clutch.
    UnFaithfulAtheiston February 05, 2011   Link

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