blood-red-head...blood-red-head...
no one knows who sent it, or what it first was called
no one knows what made it, or when it was first mauled
no one understands why it burns, but never dies...
one thing is for sure though, that burning bastard flies
here comes the burning, blood red head on fire
as laser beams shoot from the eyes of the choir
it doesn't need a body, cause it flies through the air
it's a blood red head on fire, and it doesn't care
if you think you're a badass, and you try to stand your ground
it will look into your eyes and make it's awful sound
then it will suddenly fly at you and hit you in your head or chest
and your body will disintegrate because the blood red head's the best
(chorus)
razor sharp fangs in a gross mouth, yellow burning eyes, surprise
gordy cauliflower ears, and talons growing out of it's face, 8 feet off
the ground, and moving fast, and looking down, the people scatter as the foul death spreads
you may think duke lion could defeat this awful foe, well you may be right, because
they fought about a week ago... the blood red head on fire was immune to
duke's fire balls, so duke lion gave up and went on a quest for the
ice sword of gaultry...
(chorus)


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    I love this band, I am so glad that Wes left Limp Bizkit to forge ahead and write crazy songs. Though not 100% original (each songs is different, a mix of Clutch, Mr.Bungle, Ween and Death Metal... you can't just pick one band) still, anything written here is better than LB anbyday of the week! Bravo! BiGdumbFACE!

    EmbryoSystemon July 24, 2002   Link
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    I had an interesting conversation with a friend about this band. He hypothesyzed that the Big Dumb face if Fred Durst's Giant ego-driven head.

    happylittledemigodon August 02, 2002   Link
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    you've got death metal sung by a giant troll, munchkin songs, munchkin death metal, and more

    good good shit

    kijimaon September 09, 2002   Link
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    It's too bad that limp bizkit lost such a great guitarist and entertainer, but oh well, at least now we have BDF. This band rocks!!!!!

    bradsr0138on May 05, 2004   Link

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