[spoken]
Damn, a hard day's rockin'. Better slip off ma shoes.
Maybe give a little stretch, and a bend.
Dip m'toe to jacuzzi, baby. Slip out this book:
The Buttress of Windsor. Ho ho ho, who's this? How's it goin'?
[sung]
That's the first thin' I say to you.
How's it goin'? Are you flowin'?
Listen honey,
Thinkin' 'bout a couple things to say to you,
Showin', growin',
Man I'd like to place my hand
upon your fuckin' sexy ass and squeeze.
And squeeze!

Take off your blouse,
And your underpants,
Then take a look,
'Cause here me and KG come naked,
Out of the side-hatch,
With the oils and perfume and incense.
Now you're groovin',
Put on a cool '70s groove.
A funky groove to fuck to.
A funky groove to fuck to.

Me, me and KG,
It's all about sex supreme,
We likes to cream jeans. (sex)
Have you ever been worked on
By two guys who are hot for your snatch? (sex)
That's what I'm offerin' you.
You step into our room,
And then you smell the perfume,
You lay upon our roundish bed,
And then you feel a tickling on your head.
It's KG with the feather and the French tickler,
Look out baby he got the tools.
And then you feel sumpin' down by your feet.
It's me, it's JB, I'm suckin' upon your toes.

We don't mind sucking on toes!
Good luck finding a boyfriend who sucks toe, ow!
Havin' sex with me and KG,
Now you're talkin' double team supreme.

Let's roll!
Oh!
[2-part:] Ahh, oh!

What! Yeah! Huh! Nah! Oh!
Ah, that's it, that's right, ohmygah, oh-I-think-I'm-gonna, Ohh!
Deht! Deht! Eeee!
...Splooge!

[spoken]
That was the one.

[KG:] Hail Satan!
[JB:] Hail Satan!
[KG:] Hail Satan!
[JB:] Hail Satan!


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Double Team Lyrics as written by Thomas Jacob Black Kyle Richard Gass

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    The idea of Jack and Kyle running into a room naked and double-teaming someone is hilarious no matter what. Then throw in plenty of details and a nice descriptive scene, and you've got a song capable of making even the harshest comedy critic piss his pants from prolonged laughter. I know I did.

    Some Guyon April 13, 2002   Link
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    hehehehe, so true! and its got SUCH a great tune : )

    Bohemianon June 20, 2002   Link
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    I'm pretty sure this song is about, you know, "running a train" on a D fan. Hail Satan!

    jmerioton August 29, 2002   Link
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    one of the best D songs...my favorite part is when he says underpants

    austnon July 07, 2003   Link
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    i love the begaining, the spoken part. ahahha. ho ho ho whos this?!

    NicoleInWonderlandon September 26, 2004   Link
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    the best bits are the 'oonderpants!' the second 'squeeze' and the 'it's me! it's jb! i'm suckin upon your toes! hilarious

    meursaultsrevolveron September 28, 2004   Link
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    Jack Black and KG kick ass... "MAN I'D LIKE TO PLACE MY HAND UPON YOUR FUCKIN' SEXY ASS AND SQUEEEZE!"

    xlilkikixon October 21, 2004   Link
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    As always, I am blown away by the subtlness of Jack Black's writing. This song is obviously about the objectification of women.

    Mr. Machineon September 04, 2005   Link
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    "Man I’d like to place my hand upon your fuckin’ sexy ass and squeeze."

    The ultimate love statement. You don't need to say I love you or buy your girl anything. You say that and she'll immediately remember why she fell in love with you....cause you like to squeeze her sexy fucking ass.

    It works for me...especially when I sing it.

    XBFNoodleson December 05, 2005   Link
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    I love the part after "Underpants" where it gets all evil until the groove comes in. That part is awesome!

    BassGuitar25on December 23, 2005   Link

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