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lyrics

I'm rattling my saber, looking for the neighbors
Trying not to belabor the manual labor it takes to make a Buick LeSabre (discooooo)

Then I ache to bake a cake
Not fake like a whip snake or cornflake Harlem Shake coffee break (discooooo)

Then it's time to abandon ship
Like a potato chip clip or a bacon strip on an ego trip to the Gaza strip (discooooo)

Then I grab some java
And some guava and cava and kielbasa from Kinshasa, walk past the lava to the plaza with my girl Hiawatha (discooooo)

Then it's a Joseph Smith myth
On the fifth of November, and I remember that the council members stoked the embers of the fictional center (discooooo)

And now it's winter
When there are no more sprinters and the sisters and brothers with the dot matrix printers are busy getting splinters (discooooo)

I get crazy with the cheese whiz
Like a Markie named Biz taking a showbiz pop quiz about Bundle of Hiss, whoomp, there it is (discooooo)

Where oh where is the tender loving care
That like Vanity Fair makes me despair about a koala bear in the electric chair saying his morning prayer for laissez-faire (discooooo)

Then I get a warning for mourning
And I'm learning and squirming
And I'm disarming like Prince Charming
And I'm confirming and conforming
And I'm burning and churning
And I'm storming and swarming
And I'm disarming without forewarning
And I'm driving and arriving alive
And I'm rambling and stumbling through words and verbs for the nerds and blerds (discooooo)

Maybe I'll get a Picasso baby
For Matt Taibbi and a leading lady who could be 80 or shady lately like a Katie from Haiti (discooooo)

Just then I pull out my pass and jump on the bus
With gloomy gus Antonio Banderas who mistrusts and adjusts the Hot Fuss cuts (discooooo)

Now I'm living in the capital city
With quickie anonymity and authenticity for a busy, giddy, hippie, picky, tricky kiddie named Lil Dicky (discooooo)

I don't give four bucks for a Starbucks cup
Suck it up or you'll be stuck when I stick up the stand up Scooby pup (discooooo)

Skirts make my pants so tight it hurts
My words reassert that perverts revert at concerts where desserts are served by rent-a-Hertz (discooooo)

I look, but I can't find Waldo on the map
So I use my bubblewrap thinking cap, tighten my shoulder strap and close the trade gap (discooooo)

I think I see a hashtag on the American flag
But it's really a body bag made from the coefficient of drag or a time lag sight gag (discooooo)

I'm not in Spain, but it might rain on my airplane
That vein is on the train to Ukraine with a military campaign vs. Bahrain that'll be stopped by eminent domain (discooooo)

Then I get a warning for mourning
And I'm learning and squirming
And I'm disarming like Prince Charming
And I'm confirming and conforming
And I'm burning and churning
And I'm storming and swarming
And I'm disarming without forewarning
And I'm driving and arriving alive
And I'm rambling and stumbling through words and verbs for the nerds and blerds (discooooo)

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from Talking Loud and Saying Something by Professor Rex, track released March 7, 2014
Lyrics: Professor Rex

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Revolutionary Exchange Records Washington, D.C.

Trying to be both Chuck D and Flava Flav

My music has been described as "Nerdcore." I'm okay with that.

My rhymes are so dense you're gonna need footnotes.

More pop culture references than you can shake a boomstick at!

Lyrical collage. Intellectual barrage.

And other semi-clever phrases that make me smile and make you think less of me as a human being!
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