Weenie Beenie

Album: Foo Fighters (1995)
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  • I'm molasses hung in rent
    Read a sponsor one shot no post-show
    Tear it off, but not a lot, it's not enough to debate
    As if you blame real and stagnate
    Big shit no shit

    Tear it off, but not a lot, only so much you can take
    Some try that hit beast and mud lead
    Big shit no shit

    Tear it off, but not a lot, only so much you can take
    Tear it off, but not a lot, it's not enough to debate
    Big shit no duh

    Right?
    One shot nothing Writer/s: David Grohl
    Publisher: Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd.
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

Comments: 1

  • Jd from Arlington, VaDave Grohl is from Northern Virginia. In Arlington, there is an old hotdog hang out that is well known to the locals and it is called Weenie Beenie. It's a day labor hangout now, but I drive past it everyday. I suspect that the title may have been inspired by Dave Grohl's roots here as a local.
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