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​Three Tons Of Fresh Thyroid Glands

This song is by Yezda Urfa and appears on the album Boris (1975).

A long time ago in a far-off land
There lived a lonely ranger
Who plastered all his thoughts upon the wall.

He never took no money
And he never took a life
A suitable arranger
And his aims were clear that he hadn't a thing to fear.

With his thoughts upheld
He took a swig of gin
Said "I'm living in sin and I don't know where I've been"
When you can't be found
They put you in the ground.

In this rustic life he did find a wife
And an answer to the problem
There was a beginning but there's never gonna be an end.

An enchanted morn you can be forlorn
At the tangled mass enigma
But don't let them catch you looking or you might be hung by your eye.

With his thoughts upheld
He took a swig of gin
Said "I'm living in sin and I don't know where I've been"
When you can't be found
They put you in the ground.

Please believe me there isn't nothing
I've been looking for twenty years
Through the uptown, down and sidetown
And the laughing and crying and tears
And the wheels no longer turning
Fast enough to see
That the Universe is losing, bruising.

And we'll see that this motion is carried
And we'll swear on the name of the Lord
All the lives of the people lied buried
So there isn't a trace if the norm
By the name of the unknown redeemer
Could we get a new hoe for the land?
Should we harvest the crop by the liter?
And sink all the grubs in the...

Well the captain came upstairs panting
And he shouted "That's not the way!"
You're a squanderous bunch of infants
'Cause you caused undue melee
And there is no rhyme or reason in the garbage you try to say
And the youth begin by learning, turning.

And we'll see that this motion is carried
And we'll swear on the name of the Lord
All the lives of the people lied buried
So there isn't a trace if the norm
By the name of the unknown redeemer
Could we get a new hoe for the land?
Should we harvest the crop by the liter?
And sink all the grubs in the...