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Mar 19, 2015 | 4:28 PM EDT
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A song that I wrote.


I was taken from the bed in my home
I slept in the dark but I wasn't alone
The killer wore a SpongeBob costume
He kept telling me I wouldn't be okay
He forced me to wear a Squidward mask
He ripped off my clothes and penetrated my ass
He locked me in the trunk of his car
The radio station played poptones
You can't understand my pain
I waited a week before I went insane
I bit his neck when my mouth was free
I screamed as I descended into insanity
His girl friend heard my screams
She dressed like a little cartoon pony
And she didn't like to see the blood in my eyes
She didn't like to find out that her friend had died
So she called her friend with her iPhone
She calmed me down by singing poptones
We laughed and she fed me poison legumes
Her friend entered the house wearing a costume
She said I had to pay for taking a life
She removed my heart with a sharp knife
She kissed me softly as I died
The last sight that I saw before I closed my eyes
Was the two girls sharing a kiss
When I died I wasn't missed
I sang poptones
I sang poptones



Rated 3 / 5 stars

When I saw the title of this, I thought you were going to write a merrier song about Spongebob, boy was I wrong! LOL

ti-on-suxandrox responds:

Lol, this is probably one of my most complex songs. The sheer amount of melodies being performed at once while three different drumbeats play in the background made it difficult to keep rhythm while recording my vocals. The 'Poptones' repeated line refers to an incident where a girl was kidnapped and raped, and was able to identify her kidnappers by the unusual song they played in the car. John Lydon (better known as Johnny Rotten) wrote a song about it.


Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

This was so funny. It sounds like something Robert Benfer would make (that's a compliment.)

ti-on-suxandrox responds:

Lol, thank you for the compliment. Most of my songs feature dark humor, this one's just a lot less subtle than my other songs. I'm not sure if you noticed, but the main bass riff for the song is a serialized pattern which was extremely difficult to record.