Dude, we gotta fuckin' write something today. Come on.

I don't like that so far off to a bad start. Better, closer, warmer. And that's it. Ok

I love you baby, but all I can think about is kielbasa sausage your buttchecks is warm. I checked my dipstick, you need lubrication honey. My kielbasa sausage has just got to perform. Now get it on.

I see you walking, but all I can think about is, dionetics! Your buttchecks is warm. I checked my dipstick, you need lubrication honey. My kielbasa sausage has just got to perform. Now I've sent loose, I'm shooting my juice, right in your kaboose. Now fucking get it on.

Now get it on.

Get it on.

Dianetics June your much better than Krishna. Dianetics June your much better indeed. And all you people here your tremendous, and to the people in the back. Yeah your smoking up a big ass bowl of weed with me, and K.G. Alright. Oh yeah. Alright! Oh my god. All the ladies in the house say yeah. Yeah. Come on you motherfuckers say a prayer. Prayer. When you fight, you gots to fight fair. You motherfucker. Oh you motherfucker, you know what time it is?

Tenacious D time you motherfucker go. Fuck yeah.

Yeah, Yeah.

Dude That Was TNT

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Kielbasa Lyrics as written by Thomas Jacob Black Kyle Richard Gass

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  • +1
    General Comment

    two words: anal sex

    IAFleemanon April 26, 2002   Link
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    General Comment

    Nope, it's Butt CHEESE. And this discrepancy is actually on purpose, to show their craving for the ass. It's symbolic, really. Others might want the butt cheeks, but their devotion to the ass is shown in the use of the word cheese. And stop smiling at me.

    War_Elephanton June 19, 2002   Link
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    My Opinion

    yeah man i wonder why he mentions dianetics too, and right before krishna as well. hey jack! elaborate at some point, we all wanna know!

    it started me gettin scared and all willie'd up that he may think scientology is more than just something to laugh at..or be frightened of.

    SparkleRedRoseon January 27, 2010   Link
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    General Comment

    Mostly, this song is about anal sex, of course. However, I'd like to know why they sing about Dianetics. Dianetics, for those who don't know, is a central belief of Scientology. Scientology is that crazy cult-like religion started by L. Ron Hubbard. Krishna is a reference to the Hare Krishna, those monk guys in robes who give you junk at the airport. My point, well, I don't have one, except that the D are funny as hell.

    TurricanXSRon April 29, 2002   Link
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    General Comment

    Maybe the D think Scientology is worth as much as anal sex?? Then again, I hear hookers charge extra for that....

    LowendTheory21on April 29, 2002   Link
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    General Comment

    I believe that is "Butt Cheeks" not "Butt Cheese" :)

    KevinMon June 14, 2002   Link
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    General Comment

    all right

    xglassjawxon July 26, 2002   Link
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    incubus421on July 26, 2002   Link
  • 0
    General Comment

    Poop, tee hee...

    SystemOfADown479on August 01, 2002   Link
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    Im afraid it is BUTT CHEEKS

    Thatweirdmanon April 17, 2004   Link

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