This is a song by Ween, from the album God Ween Satan: The Oneness.

This is the first melodic song on the entire album. It is sung in adorable two-part harmony that makes you wonder, "Are these the same guys who sang the rest of the album?" Take a look at these sample lyrics:

and when the sun it turns to snow
and the grass doesn't grow
don't laugh
i love you
i could look outside my window every day
but you wouldn't be there to come out + play
don't laugh
i love you

It is charming and sweet, and only has one bit of Ween-esque weirdness: Its Ernest Hemingway verse, where Gene talks in a strangled-sounding voice about Ernest Hemingway. The rest could be a regular peppy love song, except for the fact that it sounds so pipsqueak-y.

The song ends with lots of spitting and making weird noises that sound like llamas on speed and helium.

This song is © 1990 by Ween, Twin/Tone records.

Next song on this album: Never Squeal

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