Butts Wigglin'

Album: Brain Candy (1996)
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  • The sweet sound of patent approval comin' down in a not quite fog
    The sweet sound of patent approval comin' down in
    Powdery sparks the sweet sound of patent approval
    Comin' down with holiday concern the sweet sound of patent approval
    Comin' down in a world of hurt

    In my opinion the drug is ready

    The warm hand of abject approval comin' down with its' ropey veins
    The warm hand of abject approval comin' down to the
    Fingerbowl

    In my opinion the drug is ready

    The cold eye of constant approval comin' down to freeze the blood
    The cold eye of constant approval comin' down to look real
    Close

    In my opinion the drug is ready

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  • Wally from Kenosha, WiI loved the Kids in the Hall but the movie never really floated my boat. I appreciated the Canadian symbiosis, though.
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