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Return of the Son of Monster Magnet
by Frank Zappa

Suzy?
Yes
Suzy Creamcheese?
Yes
This is the voice of your conscience baby, uh I just want to
Check one thing out with you, do you mind dear?
What?
Suzy Creamcheese, honey, what's got into you?
AAAAAAAAH, HMMMMMMMM, ahahahah, oo-oo-oo
Cream...

Aha, oohoo, aha, oohoo...

Creamcheese
What's happening man?
America's wonderful, wonderful, wonderful, wonderful,
Wonderful, wonderful, wonderful, wonderful, wonderful, wonderful.
It really makes it.
Cream-cheese.

Ooo aha, oohoo, aha, oohoo
Hahahahahaha.

A minute man, crazy man, it's happening man, flashing man
Flashing man, flashing man, crazy man,
It really makes it

Flashing man
Aha oohoo, aha oohoo, ...
Creamcheese, creamcheese, creamcheese, creamcheese, creamcheese,
Creamcheese, creamcheese, creamcheese, creamcheese, creamcheese,
Creamcheese, creamcheese, creamcheese, creamcheese, creamcheese,
Creamcheese.

HAHA HIHI HAHA HIHI. Creamcheese, creamcheese...

Did you pick up on that?

Creamcheese...

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Chromaesthesia

I named my kitten Suzy Creamcheese.

Aesthetical Twat

What’s got into ya?

Donald Trump Cat

Cute

Frankincensed

Ah, yes, the music my wife loves to hate.

Shortwave Hiker

"Suzy?"
"Yes?"
"Suzy Creamcheese?"
"Yes?"
"This is the voice of your conscience baby... uh, I just want to check one thing out with you... You don't mind, do ya?"
"What?"
"Suzy Creamcheese, Honey, what's got into ya?"

Aesthetical Twat

Random Frank Zappa noises.

thedirtlevel

Yup. We heard it. Lol

yeag

A h A H A H A H A A A A H A H

Mario Serna

Lost Shortwave DXer Usando un exagerado tono Ingles Britanico

MichaelHansenFUN

In the middle of the week of recording, Zappa told him "I would like to rent $500 worth of percussion equipment for a session that starts at midnight on Friday and I want to bring all the freaks from Sunset Boulevard into the studio to do something special." Wilson agreed. The material was worked into "The Return of the Son of Monster Magnet".[1] In a November 1967 radio interview (posthumously included as part of the 2006 MOFO album), Zappa is heard complaining that the version of "Monster Magnet" released on Freak Out! was in fact an unfinished piece; the percussion track was intended to serve as the foundation for an even more complex piece, but MGM refused to approve the studio time needed to record the intended overdubs that would have complete the composition, and so it was released (to Zappa's great dissatisfaction) in this unfinished form.[15][16]

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