Who is this Geoffrey?
All I see is this cold cadaver
Why is this Geoffrey
lying in puddles of pus on a gurney?
Tell me of this Geoffrey,
this boy with a noose around his neck;
More about Geoffrey:
why is he wearing his mother's bra?

How old was Geoffrey?
At a guess, I'd say
about twelve or thirteen;
He died accidentally
from auto-erotic asphyxiation;
He'd been masturbating...
our little stiff still has one on
and it's been one week!

The resurrection men
took their sweet time
Cross-dressed fruit:
what a way to die!
Now he's ours:
the apple of our eve;

Fetch the dead sphincter:
cold green meat
How did his ass taste?
Tender and sweet...

And then we fucked it...


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    grossest canadian song ever made. to understand the lyrics just read them.

    PlanetarumVagatioon December 14, 2005   Link
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    General Comment

    " He'd been masturbating... our little stiff still has one on and it's been one week! "

    X[) GOD DAMN!

    Sounds like some kid that gets turned on from bringing himself to within an inch of his life and takes it a little bit too far.

    Tipskinon March 30, 2007   Link
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    General Comment

    HOLY SHIT.

    DreamingInTheÆtheron August 29, 2008   Link
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    My Opinion

    Haha the lyrics are fucked, I love Lord Worm, his lyrics are awesome. Too bad you can't understand them through his vocals.

    CazaOhYeahon December 06, 2009   Link
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    It's so tough to like death metal because of the lyrics but even so, cryptopsy has good songs and usually they don't go directly to the gory parts.. I can understand opeth, augury, death (easier to understand), and kind of cannible corspe. But lord worm and cryptopsy cannot be understood except for the last lines. The rest sounds like roohoohoo, hoohoogivet, ariateite, etc. And of course his phenominal screams like on open face surgery. The main reason I like this is because of how irresistable the solo at 3:01 is.

    corerulezon August 06, 2010   Link
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    Oh I forgot the meaning. Well, I can truly say it's self-explanatory but if your not sure, it's about raping a teenager named geoffrey and saying it was accidental that he died. But anyway this song is mostly instrumental, or has a lot of instrumental parts.

    corerulezon August 06, 2010   Link

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