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Saint joe he said he’s never been
Dressed up like a woman
Saint joe they said your dad is gay
They said your mom
She’s a whore they said it ’til you
Were raw they said your mom
She’s a bore they made her beg
Them for more my aunt...


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    Mar 10th, 2007 3:33pm report

    This is about the dichotemy of human sexuality as both a 'deviant' act and a 'pleasurable' act. Candy is also 'bad' for you and pleasurable.

    "I smell vag' and jolly ranchers...."
    "I smell ass and laffy taffy...."
    "I smell anal lube and mike and ikes..."


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    Jun 30th, 2005 6:39pm report

    This song is about being bullied. The band name is actually realted to his school (the singer) and the bad time he had growing up there. The playground in any school is often the primetime for bullying and therefore was partially used in the name.

    The lyrics in the song are mainly comments that bullies might make, fathers being gay, mothers being whores and the most touching lien is about Aunt mary who says "They have the darkness there in their minds", meaning they have the need to bully someone else.

    I recommend you listen to this song its very good, and so is "Never" by the same artist.

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