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The Lyrics

I've a mountain of butt
that would make your hair curl
you've no word for its rim
when from spandex unfurled

simply put its enormous
larger than one believes
and the danger is high
its gas contents extreme

quickly go before it sighs
like a great hurricane
no don't try to remain
you may go insane
when my monster tail
spews its bouquet

lima beans have engendered
rumblings deep within me
an escape hatch they're seeking
there, a hole - and it's free

oh the horrible slaughter
downing all far and near
to its fumes none resistant
but its dealer I fear

with such glee, I throw farts
even right in your face
all my friends it has cost me
still to fart is so great

soaring now, the smell, so high
gaseous fog enshrouds the brain
eyes and lungs both in pain
no where to escape
brown baby has sailed
sparing none - all slain

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