This is a song by Ween, from the album God Ween Satan: The Oneness
This is another ballad-sounding song, and the second song on this album to feature weasels. Coupled with mourning guitar and two-part harmony.
The melody is soulful and sort of catchy, but the lyrics are typically odd. Sampling the first verse should give you some idea:
squelch the little weasel
crush him before he spawns
break it to me gently
but with merriment and song
The song is atypically beautiful, though, especially the bits with harmony, and this beautiful guitar solo comes out of nowhere near the end. The song shows what the band is capable of even this early in their weird little career.
This song is © 1990 by Ween, Twin/Tone records.
Next song on this album: Marble Tulip Juicy Tree