Who Sang Gerbil? Stephen Lynch

Release information
Release Date: 2000-9-26
Genre: Rock Non-Music
Style: Acoustic/Comedy
length: 3:05
I bought a gerbil
at the petting zoo
If richard grear can do it
I can too
I get undress
I start to lube
I stick the gerbil at the end of the tube
Wondering just how he'll feel
Will he like it better than his little wheel
Careful now he's right beside me
One more inch and he's inside me
Goooo, gerbil, go
Burrow harder, burrow deeper
be my little chimney sweeper
one thing i forgot about
how am i supposed to get you out
so now my gerbil is on easy street
its more than cozy and theres plenty to eat
got to find a way to get him out of his hole
i tried crobars i tried wires
i almost had him with a pair of plyers
i tried cheese but he's not biting
i wish this wasn't so exciting
Goooo, gerbil, go
Jesus, I am such a sucker
Please get out you furry f***er
I think I am getting ill
Suddenly he is very very still
Now its too late
My gerbil died
I guess I have committed gerbicide
Here's some advice its very clear cutt
If you love your gerbil
Don't stick him up your butt
Don't stick him up your butt
Little furry gerbil in your booty hole

CD 1
  • 1 Lullaby (The Divorce Song)
  • 2 Half a Man
  • 3 Bitch
  • 4 Intro (Gortengar Trail)
  • 5 Special
  • 6 A Month Dead
  • 7 Priest
  • 8 Hair
  • 9 Intro (Super Karate Monkey Death Car)
  • 10 Gerbil
  • 11 Walken I
  • 12 R.D.C. (Opie's Lament)
  • 13 Mother's Day Song
  • 14 Intro (Curly McDimple)
  • 15 Hermaphrodite
  • 16 Tall Glass o' Water
  • 17 Walken II
  • 18 In Defense of a Peepshow Girl
  • 19 Jim Henson's Dead
  • 20 Intro (A Tribute to Multigrain Bun)
  • 21 Gay
  • 22 Walken III

  • Release information
    label: What Are Records?
    country(area): United States
    format: CD
    barcode: 744626100224
    script: Latin