Chloroform The One You Love

Album: Welcoming Home the Astronauts (2001)
  • This song is probably not to be taken seriously, otherwise the Texas band might have found itself in front of a Grand Jury. It goes without saying that you should not chloroform the one you love, especially if the two of you are strangers.
    Actually, footage of the band performing live indicates the song was a crowd-pleaser, especially with female fans. >>
    Suggestion credit:
    Alexander Baron - London, England

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