Walk the streets, what do I see
Shit on legs approaching me
Alright I really want it
Oh yeah I gotta have it
Come on baby and dance again
Jerk that head and be my friend
Merging Zeus and Spartacus
In rendezvous with anus

B.O.S. Buns of steel
Spandex ass to make me kneel
Gonna give you electric shock
Gonna give you electric rock
Looking good and feeling clean
Classic buttocks on the scene
Cars go by they're out of luck
Eyeball ass, eyeball stuck!

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Rendezvous With Anus Lyrics as written by Thomas Seltzer Knut Schreiner

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    This is a great song, I love it. I like the HIM version more than the original by Turbonegro. It's amazing. <3

    buried_myself_aliveon June 19, 2004   Link
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    I don't know if there's like..a hidden meaning or something, but at first glance I think it's obviously about assramming...

    Good song though :p

    dookiemanon April 30, 2002   Link
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    IT's a great song, the lyrics may not be the best you have seen but it has a great sound to it ! i love it.


    6six6on July 07, 2002   Link
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    There's no hidden meaning....its all about assramming. ;) This is a Turbonegro song, and its not the only song they have dedicated to the ass. its all a part of their brilliant homo-image. Anyway, Him did a cover of this song on the "Alpha motherfuckers" ablum....wich is a tribute album to Turbonegro...

    BurningAnnieon May 11, 2003   Link
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    I love Turbonegro!!! and this cover is awesome. Only HIM could of taken this song and turn it from Death Punk to Goth Metal. Go get 'Alpha Motherfuckers: Tribute To Turbonegro'

    Sweet666on May 18, 2004   Link
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    I think it is hilarious how Bam Margera suddenly became obsessed with Turbonegro after HIM did this song.

    What a little fag.

    quiffpornon October 01, 2004   Link
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    my god, ive seen this quiffporn guy on quite a few him streaks now... always taking the piss.... what a reject. my dear quiffporn, do you have nothing better to do then to add 'witty' comments on every song that you dislike? if you have some witty comments built up you just HAVE to say, i suggest, maybe practicing them to a wall, or maybe going to see a therapist.

    better still, go take the piss out of justin timberlake!

    iamthemuffaloon October 26, 2004   Link
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    Dude, I wasn't even having a go at HIM this time...

    quiffpornon October 26, 2004   Link
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    Also. none of my posts are witty, they are generally the most simplistic forms of literary bottom feeding humour, I could imagine at the time (I guess if you found them witty, that says more about your lack of wit than anything else...), and toung in cheek at best.

    My mom always taught me that life is easiest if you lie on your back at the bottom of the pool and let used condoms and the weak minded, float into your open mouth.

    She was really onto something...

    quiffpornon November 26, 2004   Link
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    I guess a life at the bottom of the pool (or a lifetime of ingesting used sanitary towels and hypodermic needles) has sapped my ability to spell or construct proper sentances...

    quiffpornon November 26, 2004   Link

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