Last week, Kyle quit the band
Now we're back together, uh
Misunderstanding, didn't understand
It doesn't matter, now we're back together again
Uh la la la la la

Couldn't split up Kato and Nash
That's true
Couldn't split up Tango and Cash
That's also true

This is our song of exultant joy because
We only came to kick some ass
Rock the fuckin' house and kick some ass
What we gonna do with all the cash?

Smoke hash, and then we thrash
We'll throw a big ol' bash, y'all
And everyone is invited to the bash
And everyone, you're all invited to the bash
C'mon Kyle, watch out, c'mon



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Kyle Quit the Band Lyrics as written by Thomas Jacob Black Kyle Richard Gass

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    This song is about being a duo. Your a team, and you work together through thick and thin. It is thier song to express thier "exultant joy" about being in abd together.

    element86on December 20, 2004   Link
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    Yeah I agree with element. I reckon its the 2nd part to inward singing cos thats when Kyle left the band. The song is brilliant-like all Tenacious D songs. Can these guys ever go wrong?

    crazicookion February 05, 2005   Link
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    General Comment

    ...this song kicks ass. Your right, when they perform it live its right after Inward Singing. They get in a fight on stage then Kyle gives Jack the finger and starts to walk off stage....Jack consoles him and comes back to the mic and sings "Half a minute ago...Kyle quit the band" Its fucking hilarious. Also a really great Reggae, rock band from Long Beach called Bargain Music cover this song in one of their dubs....its pretty killer......

    shivashanon March 18, 2005   Link
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    i love the 'alalalala' thrown in

    cracks me up

    daddioon September 21, 2006   Link
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    Who/what are Kato and Nash?

    hottoddyon October 21, 2010   Link

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