Thursday, December 22, 2011


I shed light on an inside joke about the song Halley's Comet with this Phish pin.
Sometimes if you listen closely it might sound like they are singing "Hell is coming" instead of Halley's Comet.
So perhaps it's about a guy who's pissed off and he going down to the central part of town with his 'HELL IS COMING' sign.

And the people are yelling back at him -
"How could you know that I lived in a desperate world?
How could you dream that we were all made out of stone?
What is the truth, what is the faithful lasting proof?
What is the central theme to this everlasting spoof?"

And my favorite line of the song "Don't be blamin', Eat my Kazoo"