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    Artist: Statler Brothers

    Song: Eve

    The Story: Don't eat the fruit in the garden, Eden,, It wasn't in God's natural plan., You were only a rib,, And look at what you did,, To Adam, the father of Man.

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    Artist: Queens of the Stone Age

    Song: You Can't Quit Me Baby

    The Story: You smell like goat, I'll see you in hell

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    Artist: Starship

    Song: Sarah

    The Story: All the b***h had said, all been washed in black

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    Artist: Iron Maiden

    Song: The Prisoner

    The Story: And my blunt is my ho now

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    Artist: Pearl Jam

    Song: Jeremy

    The Story: At home, drawing pictures, Of mounds of tots, With ham on top

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    They're forming in a straight knot
    They're goin through a tight wad
    The kids are losing nenma
    Lets keep bup!
    They're boiling in the backseat
    The devil went see nee
    For days in the back seat
    Lets keep bup!

    Artist: Ramones
    Real Lyric: They're forming in a straight lineThey're goin through a tight windThe kids are losing their minds Blitzkreig BopThey're piling in the backseatThey're generation steam heatPulsating to the back seatBlitzkreig Bop

    The story:

    When I first heard this song, I thought it was a
    messed up song about people in a line, forming a
    knot and the "tight wad" was something this
    knotted line was passing through, whatever that
    is! I also thought "The kids are losing nenma"
    meant the kids were losing their minds and "nenma"
    was a bad way of saying "there minds" Go figure?)

    Then as I listened on (without headphones of
    course, making it easier to mishear) I thought the
    devil was in the back seat of a car, boiling away
    for days going senile while some other people were
    in the back seat too. I thought "see nee" was a
    terrible slang term for senile. (Thankfully not
    that I know of!)

    I am not sure what "Lets keep bup" is all about or
    why you'd want to keep a bup, whatever a bup is,
    maybe another twisted slang term?

    Anyway, it wasn't until years later did I hear
    this song on a Simpsons episode and knew I was
    mishearing it, and badly at that, lol!

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