The Ballad of Chasey Lain

Album: Hooray For Boobies (2000)
Charted: 15


  • Being the goofy band they are, The Bloodhound Gang recorded this as a tribute to a porn star named Chasey Lain. Apparently one of the band members wanted to have sex with her and couldn't understand why she wouldn't, since she is a porn star. >>
    Suggestion credit:
    Brian - Wellington, FL

Comments: 6

  • Miles from Vancouver, CanadaI sure would have liked to be at the video shoot!
  • Ressie from Medford, OrChristoph - we have both a censored and uncensored version here, both for the song itself and the video. US censorship is COMPLETELY out of hand, as our society has become so "PC" that it no longer has a backbone.
    Sad. Anyway, this song is a kick in the ass - I love the overall sound...and so does my mom! We used to drive around singing it when I was younger. Fun stuff.
  • Christoph from Graz, AustriaI just wondered if this song is actually censored in the US version? lol!
    ('Cause I live in Austria and here it's definitely not)
  • Ann from Victoria, AustraliaThe song is awesome!! I cant get it out of my head!!
  • Brianna from Tville, FlDude the funniest song ever and you cant deny
  • Bob from Boca Raton, FlChasey Lain has a pair that would be a full house any day of the week. And that's a fact!
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