A long, long, long, long time ago
Before the wind, before the snow
Lived a man, lived a man I know
Lived a freak of nature named Sir Psycho

Sir Psycho Sexy that is me
Sometimes I find I need to scream

He's a freak of nature
But we love him so
He's a freak of nature
But we let him go

Deep inside the garden of Eden
Standing there with my hard on bleedin'
There's a devil in my dick and some demons in my semen
Good God no that would be treason
Believe me Eve she gave good reason
Botty looking too good not to be squeezin'
Creamy beaver hotter than a fever
I'm a givin' 'cause she's the receiver
I won't and I don't hang up until I please her
Makin' her feel like an over achiever
I take it away for a minute just to tease her
Then I give it back a little bit deeper

Sir Psycho, Sir Psycho, yeah (he's the man that I met one time)
Sir Psycho, Sir Psycho, yeah (he's the man that left me blind)
Sir Psycho, Sir Psycho, yeah (he's the man he's the man he's the man)
Sir Psycho, Sir Psycho, yeah (yeah)

He's a freak of nature
But we love him so
He's a freak of nature
But we let him go

I got stopped by a lady cop
In my automobile
She said get out and spead your legs
And then she tried to cop a feel
That cop she was all dressed in blue
Was she pretty? Boy I'm tellin' you
She stuck my butt with her big black stick
I said, "What's up?" now suck my dick
Like a ram getting ready to jam the lamb
She whimpered just a little when she felt my hand
On her crotch so very warm
I could feel her getting wet through her uniform
Proppin' her up on the black and white
Unzipped and slipped, "Ooh, that's tight"
I swatted her like no swat team can
Turned a cherry pie right into jam

Sir Psycho, Sir Psycho, yeah (I'm the man that you met one time)
Sir Psycho, Sir Psycho, yeah (I'm the man that will leave you blind)
Sir Psycho, Sir Psycho, yeah (I'm the man, I'm the man, I'm the man)
Sir Psycho, Sir Psycho, yeah

Hello young woman that I love
Pretty punk rock mama that I'm thinking of
Hold me naked if you will
In your arms in your legs in your pussy I'd kill
To be with you, to kiss with you, I do miss you
I love you

Lay me down, lay me down, lay me down, lay me down
Lay me down, lay me down, lay me down, lay me down
Descending waves of graceful pleasure
For your love there is no measure
Her curves they bend with subtle splendor

Now I lay me down to sleep
I pray the funk will make me freak
If I should die before I waked
Allow me Lord to rock out naked
Bored by the ordinary time to take a trip
Calling up a little girl with a bull whip
Lickety split go snap, snap
Girl gettin' off all in my lap
The tallest tree the sweetest sap
Blowin' my ass right off the map
Ooh and it's nice out here
I think I'll stay for a while


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  • +4
    General Comment

    I know there might not be much depth to this song, so that's probably why it's strange that I was able to take something away from it.

    "Lay me down... Descending waves of graceful pleasure, for your love there is no measure. Her curves they bend with subtle splendor."

    That and the last two lines "Ooo and it's nice out here. I think I'll stay for a while" makes me kind of picture the narrator in question "Sir Psycho" finally stopping his sexual escapades for just one person he finds that makes him not need sexual encounters so badly. I know, it sounds like I'm just completely making this up as I go, but I really love this song. I've been a sex addict for about 4 years now, so the fact that I was able to take something away from this song makes it really speak to me on a personal level.

    Mathos22on June 21, 2012   Link
  • +2
    General Comment

    SOunds like sickness, and addiction to sex. Like the sir is a sex addict with a way with women. Like Quagmire.

    Quffon February 27, 2009   Link
  • +2
    My Interpretation

    I know there might not be much depth to this song, so that's probably why it's strange that I was able to take something away from it. The last two lines "Ooo and it's nice out here. I think I'll stay for a while" makes me kind of picture the narrator in question "Sir Psycho" finally stopping his sexual escapades for just one person he finds that makes him not need sexual encounters so badly. I know, it sounds like I'm just completely making this up as I go, but I really love this song. I've been a sex addict for about 4 years now, so the fact that I was able to take something away from this song makes it really speak to me on a personal level.

    Mathos22on June 21, 2012   Link
  • +1
    General Comment

    Saw this thing on the RHCP.com bbs...

    (Enter Sandman, Metallica) Now I lay me down to sleep Pray the lord my soul to keep If I die before I wake Pray the lord my soul to take

    (Sir Psycho Sexy) Now I lay me down to sleep I pray the funk will make me freak If I should die before I waked Allow me Lord to rock out naked

    Sir Psycho Sexy was recorded almost at the same time as Enter Sandman, strange though.

    fleaon May 07, 2004   Link
  • +1
    General Comment

    I like it...especially these lines: "Now I lay me down to sleep. I pray the funk will make me freak. If I should die before I waked. Allow me Lord to rock out naked." Not sure God would be thrilled, but I happen to find it quite nifty. Definitely an interesting song. The band's not my favorite, but I kind of like this one...

    Thisaintozkidon December 20, 2011   Link
  • 0
    General Comment

    This is a song about Anthony, Sir Psycho Sexy himself. About his love for women, and sex. I love the way Ant talks about himself in this song....very cocky (no pun intended ;) )

    theatrepunk03on July 25, 2002   Link
  • 0
    General Comment

    this is such a wonderfully crude, no-fucking-around song. I love singing this song loudly

    Fred39on July 29, 2002   Link
  • 0
    General Comment

    erm...well, obviously, this song means nothing to me except sex, whichever way you look at it, it's just an outing for anthony kiedis to display his sexual prowess. not that i believe he is half as virile in the real world, but hey, that's guys for you. good song though. sing it looooooud.

    alqwyn_69on October 12, 2002   Link
  • 0
    General Comment

    :-) It's just so...dirty. Gotta love it.

    malachiteon April 15, 2003   Link
  • 0
    General Comment

    anthony is such a fucking badass. I'm surprised there aren't more comments for this indisputable funk anthem. Really cool guitar changes throughout. o yeah, and, umm... kind of a lot of ... um... sexual references.... i guess...

    ClassClownon June 23, 2003   Link

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