Come forward and get your teeth smoked, word
Come forward and get your teeth smoked, word
Come forward and get your teeth smoked, word
Come forward and get your
Come forward and get your
Come forward and get your
Come forward and get your
Come forward and get your

(Spiral Music)

Don't be shocked by tone of my voice
Check out my new weapon, weapon of choice
Don't be shocked by tone of my voice
Check out my new weapon, weapon of choice yeah

Listen to the sound of my voice
You can check it on out, it's the weapon of choice yeah
Don't be shocked by tone of my voice (aah...)
It's the new weapon, the weapon of choice yeah

You can blow wit' this
Or you can blow wit' that
You can blow wit' this
Or you can blow wit' that
You can blow wit' this
Or you can blow wit' that
Or you can blow wit' us

You can blow wit' this
Or you can blow wit' that
You can blow wit' this
Or you can blow wit' that
You can blow wit'...

(Spiral Music)

Walk without rhythm, it won't attract the worm
Walk without rhythm, and it won't attract the worm
Walk without rhythm, and it won't attract the worm
if you walk without rhythm, huh, you'll never learn

Don't be shocked by the tone of my voice
Check out my new weapon, weapon of choice
Don't be shocked by the tone of my voice
Check out my new weapon, weapon of choice

Be carefull, we don't know them
Be carefull, we don't know them
Be carefull, we don't know them

You can blow wit' this
Or you can blow wit' that
You can blow wit' this
Or you can blow wit' that
You can blow wit' this
Or you can blow wit' that
Or you can blow wit' us

You can blow wit' this
Or you can blow wit' that
You can blow wit' this
Or you can blow wit' that
You can blow wit'...

(Spiral Music)

Organically grown
Through the hemisphere I roam
To make love to the angels of life, yeah
and my girl .....
I guess you just don't understand
It's gone beyond being a man
As I drift off into the night
I'm in flight
She's a boy's scoundral gal
But I'm gonna hold my cool
Cause the music rules
Yeah, so move on baby, yeah

Halfway between the gutter and the stars
Yeah
Halfway between the gutter and the stars
Yeah

You can blow wit' this
Or you can blow wit' that
You can blow wit' this
Or you can blow wit' that
You can blow wit' this
Or you can blow wit' that
Or you can blow wit' us

You can blow wit' this
Or you can blow wit' that
You can blow wit' this
Or you can blow wit' that
You can blow wit'...

(longer spiral music)

(ending screws up)


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Weapon of Choice Lyrics as written by Norman Cook William(bootsy) Earl Collins

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  • +1
    General Comment

    Has anybody here read Dune? The lyrics here struck a chord with me for some reason:

    First of all: "Don't be shocked by the tone of my voice it's the new weapon, the weapon of choice" - in the book characters can manipulate their voices to become a weapon control their enemies.

    "Walk without rhythm-it won't attract the worm" - The book is set on desert planet which is home to huge monstrous worms. Inhabitants have to walk without rhythm so that they won't attract a worm to the surface.

    "It's gone beyond bein' a man as i drift off into the night, i'm in flight-ah" - In the book, the main character is transformed into a sort of demi-god because of life on the desert planet. His powers allow him to go beyond space and time to see the future.

    It's all a bit of a stretch but the lyrics fit to me.

    binks25on September 09, 2002   Link
  • +1
    General Comment

    It's an allusion to the Frank Herbert book, Dune. The power of the voice is about the Bene Gesserit power, "The Voice" which could override the higher thought processes, and essentially controls a person. And the "You walk without rhythm, and you wont attract the worm." Is talking about the advice given in Dune, how not to attract Sandworms.

    Muadibon July 24, 2007   Link
  • 0
    General Comment

    this song is soooooooo cool!i could listen 2 it all day :d !

    gungaon April 20, 2002   Link
  • 0
    General Comment

    Does this song mean anything?

    NtoTheDrkon April 26, 2002   Link
  • 0
    General Comment

    probably not but gud song tho

    o0xskaterx0oon May 13, 2002   Link
  • 0
    General Comment

    until the "organically grown" stuff, this looks more like a "Counter-Strike Secret Tip" (Counter-Strike is a computer game, btw). but the video clip has a "free your freedom" basis.

    m4c0on June 02, 2002   Link
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    this is such an awesome song... who cares if it's about nothing! its great to dance to. Oh and i also love Christopher Walken and he was perfect in the video!

    JBabyon July 20, 2002   Link
  • 0
    General Comment

    Thank god, I thought I was the only one who made that connection. I didnt notice 1 and 3, but your second point definitely stood out to me. Where else would you get something like that from? Maybe he's a Dune fan.

    arbiter13on April 18, 2003   Link
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    love the video

    Psycotic Santaon June 25, 2004   Link
  • 0
    General Comment

    cool geeky song

    BaKsHion June 27, 2004   Link

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