you can never see it, I keep it in a jar, you cannot escape it,
not even in your car, it is not a mineral, animal or plant, you
will never find it, don't try because you can't, make it so it
hurts your face and touch it, spank it til it stinks, and touch
it baby. it's weight doesn't matter, neither does it's size, if you
look into it, it burns out your eyes. do not breathe around it,
sniffle, sneeze, or cough. if you were to touch it, your skin would sizzle off
make it so it hurts your face and touch it, spank it til it stinks and touch it baby... it's the mighty penus laser. the cause for every
scream. it is better than anything you've got. cuz it's made
out of a laser beam. (bum, bum, bum's)
now is when the horrow will be truly felt and the sick smell
of death will soon be smelt, it is a laser beam, it will
never be seen, and it's zit is farm more flammable than
gasoline. make it so it hurts your face, and touch it,
spank it til it stinks and touch it baby. it's
incapable of reasoning, this is the part where we sing...
it's the might penus laser
the cause for every scream
it is better than anything you've got
cuz it's made out of a laser beam.

mighty - penus - laser


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    This song is about an acid trip.

    hednirvanaon May 12, 2002   Link
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    This song is about an acid trip.

    hednirvanaon May 12, 2002   Link
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    whats with the title? what kind of reject makes a song about penus lasers?

    darkpop2Dzombieon July 08, 2002   Link
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    Look, this is a CONCEPT ALBUM!!!!! Duke Lion Fights the Terror tells a story, and each song is a chapter in the book. The mighty penis laser is just one of the spiffy villians he has to overcome, like the Burning blood red head on fire. I know concept albums are hard for morons like you to follow (read: Pink Floyd's The Wall, Marilyn Manson's Antichrist Superstar, and Fear Factory's Demanufacture) ergo they don't sell well, but I personally think It's a hell of a lot more difficult (and impressive) to produce a concept album, in that it takes extra talent and intelligence to write music that isn't just stand alone, agreed, Duke Lion Fights the Terror is a rather silly concept album, but humor is seriously overlooked in modern music. Plus wouldn't it be awesome to shoot lasers out of your cock?

    happylittledemigodon August 02, 2002   Link
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    I thought it was something like that (even though i've still not heard the whole thing...) when I heard the songs with the munchkins...about the thing that is "right in here" that turns on the robot to "kill them all"......... I love this band!!!

    kijimaon September 09, 2002   Link
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    Yep, a concept album it certainly is, and as for the stupidness? Well, I see it as Wes Borlands way of showing he can do more than Limp Bizkit, to show how much (as he has admitted many times before) he hates working in that band. What better way for one of the worlds most popular guitarists to release the biggest pile of garbage he could, something that made the dumb Durst fans go "Uh!?"...

    What a great pile of garbage it is!

    Cuiydhaon March 22, 2003   Link
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    this song is garbage extrordinaire

    dylan fenderon March 23, 2005   Link
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    this song has to be the funniest thing I have ever heard...I must be a possum since this song is such complete garbage

    Xzenithon December 29, 2005   Link

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