"Does blood turn you on?
It does more than turn me on, it makes me cum!
And more than the sight of it,
I love the taste of it, the taste of hot, freshly killed blood!"

I hate Roadrunner, why can't Wiley Coyote win
Cartoons, make me angry, why can't Sylvester eat Tweety

Saturday morning, roll out of bed
Long to see Bugs Bunny lose his head
Bugs lying headless, a gory scene,
Elmer would be happy as little kids scream!!!
Tom became elated, standing over Jerry's body mutilated
Tears filled the kids eyes seeing Jerry's carcass, sodomized

I hate Roadrunner, why can't Wiley Coyote win
Cartoons, make me angry, why can't Sylvester eat Tweety

Saturday morning, roll out of bed
Long to see Bugs Bunny lose his head
Bugs lying headless, a gory scene,
Elmer would be happy as little kids scream!!!
Tom became elated, standing over Jerry's body mutilated
Tears filled the kids eyes seeing Jerry's carcass, sodomized

Areeba, Areeba Speedy's dead meata






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    Wow, I liked this song alot before I knew the words...but now I fucking love it. I think it sort of points out how "children's" cartoons glorify violence and hardly no one seems to piss a bitch about it. Then they get mad when some fruit in a TV show shots some people or some 'artist' writes lyrics about some taboo subject..then they get their protest signs out and sing "Cumbaya" all night long. I know thats reading a little too much into it, and the lyrics don't seem to be that deep, but thats what I think the messege tey were trying to get across. And its fucking funny as hell.

    OxygenWastingLoseron August 15, 2002   Link

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