“Ha, caught you in the act you disciples of dirtiness. Officers arrest these nekkid people now.”
You’ve seen mine,
I’ve seen yours.
I’ve got no toilet but I cannot go outside.
Turn your fingers right off.
Cross your heart now spin and fall.
Haven’t you got any passion at all?
We’re the same, human rain.
Here is the guide to get you through this town.
Can’t see the mustard anymore.
Lyin on your back, down on the floor.
Sentiment of old is gone away [ ?] is here to stay.
My right to take a pee, it’s not the way it used to be.
Seen mine, seen yours.
What’s wrong?
It’s not the way it used to be.
What’s my punishment going to be?
Decapitation of my trick?
It’s always the same.
It’s always the same.
Sure don’t have any room today.
Yeah a time about a week ago.
All your pictures in righteousness.
Tell me does the one stop now ?
My right to take a pee it’s not the way it used to be.
Seen mine, seen yours.
What’s wrong?
It’s not the way it used to be.

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    this is bout tom takin a piss in public and gettin in trouble for it, weeehaw

    ilovejimon May 11, 2002   Link
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    where'd u find that out from? not sayin i dont believe it, jw. to me, it sounds like a funny song..."Decapitation of my trick?"....." nekkid people "

    honestyormysteryon May 11, 2002   Link
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    it is a song about pissing in public.

    tom had writers block, i think.

    krist69on March 06, 2005   Link

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