Summer med fly ruled the airways
Mostly superstitious
Now the kings of media
Invent the swine flu visions

Take a load off
Take a load off
Take a load off
Take a load off
Take a load off
Take a load off

Yeah, it's alright
As we mosey on into the night
Yeah, just set us free
Could our shattered past just set us free?

Give you all those diamonds
Give you more and more
Shattered all those lies I bought
You from the record store

Fleets of undergrounding artists
Look for benediction
Drive around waste gas and haul
In every green addition

Summer med fly ruled the airways
Mostly superstitious
Now the kings of media
Invent the swine flu visions

Take a load off
Take a load off
Take a load off
Take a load off
Take a load off
Take a load off

Yeah, it's alright
As we mosey on into the night
Yeah, just set us free
Could our shattered past just set us free?

Give you all those diamonds
Give you more and more
Shattered all those lies I bought
You from the record store

Give you all those diamonds
Give you more and more
Shattered all those lies I bought
You from the record

Shattered all those lies I bought
You from the record

Shattered all those lies I bought
You from the record store


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Take a Load Off Lyrics as written by Robert Emile Deleo Dean Deleo

Lyrics © Universal Music Publishing Group, Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Warner Chappell Music, Inc.

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    General Commentthis song is about scott weiland jerking his cock hard.. NO I MEAN REALLY FUCKING HARD... and exploded all over the place... then dean deleo knocked on the bathroom door which scott locked and dean said hey scott whatcha doin... scott said im taking a load off... then he paused and thought the phrase sounded great and decided to use it... except now its metaphorical instead of literal
    newyork77on June 07, 2010   Link

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