It was released on 7" yellow vinyl single on Diesel Only Records. When asked about the lyrics "You can wash my balls with a warm wet rag" and "On your knees, you big bootied bitch," Dean Ween stated that he wrote the song for his wife. The inspiration for the title came from his father: "[It is] a funny expression that I copped from my dad. When I was a kid, he used to say, 'Aw, go piss up a rope. It was like, 'Aw, go shit in your hat' or whatever.
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My dinner's on fire while she watches TV And if you ever wondered what it's like to be me She takes all my money and leaves me no smokes Yells at my buddies and insults my folks I'm breakin' my back, doin' the best that I can She's got time for the dog and none for her man And I'm no dope, but I can't cope So hit the fuckin' road and piss up a rope. You can piss up a rope And you can put on your shoes, hit the road, get truckin' Pack your bag, I don't need the ag On your knees, you big booty bitch, start suckin' You ride my ass like a horse and a saddle Now you're up shit's creek with a turd for a paddle And I can't cope, piss up a rope. Please click here if you are not redirected within a few seconds.
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