Bremelo

  • Here's a gory kind a story about a ole be freak
    With a forty-inch waist and a ten-inch beak
    Overweight and out a shape with a triple chin
    Her brassiere strike fear in the hearts of men

    The girl's a Bremelo
    The girl's a Bremelo

    Me and Terry hoped the ferry we were lookin' suave
    When I dip, hit the shift we were almost horse
    It was a big Bremelo standin' on my toe
    Had an over jelly belly tryin' to say hello
    I was really kind a frightened as she looked my way
    I tried to run because her buns made the ferry sway
    To be blunt she was fat and ready for combat
    All the way to Bremerton were the fat is at

    The girl's a Bremelo
    Let's go

    I love bacon over steak and about those big ole ducks
    She had hairy underarms and a whopping gut
    My hair was short and wavy, drove my pit bull crazy
    A Bremerton beast chasin' fellas in the Navy
    After movie she's the feature, the Bremerton creature
    You wear a life jacket if you ever try to freak her
    Look at her physique she ain't my kinda freak
    The floor creaks when the beast starts reachin' her peak

    The girl's a Bremelo
    Just a Bremelo
    Change the beat!

    You can't ignore the way she snores, cause she blows down doors
    Baby's got the kind a face only a mother adores
    A big basketball head with a 10-inch beak
    Big lips, no hips with the smell of a beast
    I couldn't put her in my Caddy or my tranny would break
    I heard a dirt because of poverty, but she took my cake
    When it comes to cool-Aid the girl would drink it in pints
    You go to school for twenty years and your still in the ninth?

    You're just a Bremelo
    Just a Bremelo

    You pink triple-chin unattractive duck
    Your boyfriend beats freaks up to make a buck
    Hangin' round third and Pike, on a ten-speed bike
    You can say that I'm a liar, but you know I'm right
    You talk behind my back, because I dropped you flat
    And you never take a shower 'cause your too damn fat
    So your man was smart when he broke your heart
    Because if Mix-A-Lot a cut ya, you a fell apart
    Wearin' polyester slacks, with elastic in the back
    You could flatten Schwarzenegger in a wrestling match
    You got lips like a character in some cartoon
    With a pink posterior, you big baboon

    Your just a

    Now Bremerton's a city right outside of mine
    Most girls there are ducks, but a few are fine
    But the ones that I speak about
    Used their face for catchin' trout
    Vacuum clears for a mouth
    You know what I'm talkin' about
    Mud ducks, hockey pucks, drivers of Mack trucks
    Lame brains, diesel trains, pick 'em up you have to strain
    Big butt, crew cut, extraordinary gut
    Big momma, kinda buff, facial hairs a kinda rough

    Duck, duck, duck, duck, duck, duck, duck, duck
    Girl's a Bremelo
    Duck, duck, duck, duck, duck
    The girl's a Bremelo
    Duck, duck, duck, duck, duck, duck, duck, duckWriter/s: ANTHONY L. RAY
    Publisher: Universal Music Publishing Group
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

Comments: 1

  • Will from Seattle, WaBremelo refers to an ugly woman, not just a woman from Bremerton. He's really saying that women from Bremerton are ugly and unkempt.
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