"Sally" as written by Eliot Ferguson, Eugene Hutz, Oren Kaplan, Yuri Lemeshev, Sergey Ryabstev and Rea Mochiach....
Sally was a fifteen year old girl from Nebraska
Gypsies were passing through her little town
They dropped something on the road, she picked it up
And cultural revolution right away begun

Oh no, cultural revolution just begun
Oh no, cultural revolution just begun, all right

They always were afraid that I was schizophrenic
They always were afraid schto ja rodinu prodam
A po pravde ja bil prosto malenkij medvedik
Spizdil vsjo you vseh i vsjo nahuj proebal

Oh no, cultural revolution just begun
Oh no, cultural revolution just begun, all right

From all the tables of contents that Mother Earth provides
I'd like to be a big fat fucking fly
The one that spins around your head all day and all night
And sound of it is just like a what?
But by the accident of some kind divine dispensation
I ended up being a walking United Nation
And I survived even fucking radiation

A big fat fucking what?
And I would visit you a lot


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"Sally" as written by Eugene Hutz Eliot Ferguson

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    General Commenti think eugene is refering sally to his own childhood
    if you ever heard the song nomdic cronicles herefers to it again but not as sally as himself
    gypsybaxton April 10, 2007   Link

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