"Moist Around the Edges" as written by Justin Pearson and N Writer Unknown....
The weak were wet and everyone wore wet sweat pants.

They all laid lower than the belly of a cockroach.

In came a limping dude named Jesus, all lop-eared

losing his lunch. You know him, the dirt eater
from the dirt farm.
He cleaned the dishes with his long thin stream of piss.

Everyone looked, as if they could not help it and
the dogs ate their dinner, his left over lunch.


Oh, who cares?

They want fur to fly and the sky to remain blue.

The dogs eat dinner, some left over lunch.

Everyone looks as if they can not really help it.

Then they hear sounds of wailing children,
call it lunchmeat. Then they pass out while
Cockroaches smoke and drink the piss
Now I know people will believe anything.
Eat the meat and go get pregnant.


Some dude rides in on a beat brownish donkey while
bone marinates where he pays to park it.
Bone marinates where they wash the dishes.
and the donkey likes to take a leak.
He thinks its cool while they all drink up,
filled by his long thin stream of piss.

Now you know people will believe anything,
and he rides off on the damn donkey

as the dogs ask the dude, "So what's this knob do?"

Lyrics submitted by theTyrant

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