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This page has been reserved for the lyrics to "No Disassemble!", a song written by Osmosis' bass player, Ash Beale. It is the thirteenth track from the band's latest full-length album, Yunoverse.

LyricsEdit

Beggars all can't be choosers


The disassembly of an ostrich's projectiles,

Helped appease my Hollywood's own thirst

A tyranno's elongated cunt won't be interspersed,

In the wall of trevail

I suppose these buzzards don't need following

Papercuts seem to never derail


Sometimes,

I usually wonder why your cleaver even molts

Let the emancipation of a phoenix kill us all

What is a plurality,

Without star-crossed friars and assassins?


Deteriorations of a porn addict

A thalidomide a day,

Keeps the eccentric surgeon at fray

You're largely sincere for someone who's all comely and bruised,

Like a code that just got encrypted


Twisted up into four snafus,

Night and morning may desert you soon

Quicksand is a tornado of obnoxious coons

'Twas calligraphy that dispatched the beast,

Somebody like that was homicidal over a haiku

Gather 'round for a fermenting feast!


Famine...


Sometimes,

I usually wonder why your cleaver even molts

Let the emancipation of a phoenix kill us all

What is a plurality,

Without star-crossed friars and assassins?


Beggars'll never be choosers,

At all

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NotesEdit

  • The song title is a reference to a quote spoken by Johnny Five, from the movie Short Circuit. An audio sample can be heard shortly before the bridge.