Beer

I wish you were a beer
Then I could drink you up
I wish you were not here
With my come in your mouth
I wish you weren’t so queer
Your chains still lock me up

Since when were you our Lord?
We’re all so very bored
Since when were you our Lord?
We’re all so very bored

I wish you a beer
The thirsty wanna drink
You wish I wasn’t here
You’re scared because I think
You wish I wasn’t here
‘Cause I’m your missing link

Since when were you our Lord?
We’re all so very bored
Since when were you our Lord?
We’re all so very bored

I wish you were a beer
Then I could drink you up
You wish I wasn’t here
‘Cause I can beat you up
I wish you weren’t a queer
With my come in your mouth

Since when were you our Lord?
We’re all so very bored
Since when were you our Lord?
We’re all so very bored
Since when were you our Lord?
We’re all so very bored
Since when were you our Lord?
We’re all so very bored!

A little history about the song…
“‘Beer’ is about child abuse, and molestation. It’s very personal to me, so I don’t really like to explain the lyrics. For that you’ll have to ask the person who did what he did. (Sorry!)”
~Shaun

For more information about this song, check out the ListenIn interview posted in the audio section. Due to the highly personal nature of this song, I refuse to divulge the meaning. However, the interview says it all without actually mentioning the song’s name.