ORIGINAL SONG: "What Is It" by The Randy Mahatmas (2009)

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Hey, everyone! As many of you know, I've been grievously ill with ulcerative collitis for the past couple weeks. Hence this seemed like a good song to post. It's my old band, "The Randy Mahatmas." Probably not safe for work.

Lyrics, if you're interested

Is it a hair?Is it a bur?Is it an inuendo?I don't know.

Is it a big fish?Is it a small garden gnome?Is it a metaphor?I don't know.

What (What?) What (What?)'sUp your ass? What is itUp (Up?) up (Up?)Up your ass?

Is it a stick?Is it a brick?Is it an eskimo?I don't know.

Is it a woodland creature?Is it a train wreck?Is it your own head?I don't know

What (What) What (What)'sUp your ass. What is itUp (up) Up (up)Up your ass?

Is it a pewter replica of a medieval village complete with a scale model of a gothic catheral including load-bearing flying buttresses which open up internal floor space considerably, but probably really hurt when administered rectally?

I don't know.

What (What?) what (What?)s'up your ass? What is itup (Up!) up (up!)Up your ass?

I don't know. I just don't know.

Copyright 2008, Kevin Long.

This is "The Randy Mahatmas," playing this song live in 2008 or '09 or '10. I don't remember honestly. Fun song to play. That's me on vocals, of coruse. The late Mark Musser on bass and backing vocals. The late George Braiman on guitar. Gracie on drums.

Ok, so here's the part where I ask you to subscribe to my channel on Youtube. Follow the link, and you're there.  You can also follow this link, and it takes you to my overall channel where you can see other songs I've done. https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCJWukQykzt8u6lE0y49u0tA  Eventually there'll be other videos as well. You know, assuming I survive the ulcerative collitis, I mean.

So, please: Subscribe. Tell your friends. Pass the song around if you like it, and tell everyone how cool I am. Pass it around if you DON'T like it, and tell everyone how cool I'm not. Either way it translates into views for me, and that's a good thing in my twisted little world view.