Squanker's commentary: I wrote the song on a drive from North Carolina to Michigan after passing the "route 666" sign. I was astonished that the exit actually existed, and coincidentally I was listening to a classic rock station that was playing Running With the Devil (so-ng by Van Halen). I thought about how iconic the Devil was in early metal, and decided to make a modern-day satire of those songs by bands like Motley Crue and Dio. But I wanted to take it to the next level and personify the Devil by painting him as a classmate that would hang out like any other buddy might. That inspired the first line, "Lucifer, I call him Lou." It just escalated from there. I'm not into Satanic rituals or anything.
Print onto a full size (8.5 x 11) sticker sheet following these instructions:
1) Make sure printer settings (in "properties") are set for 8.5x11, portrait, and high quality.
3) Carefully use scissors or a paper cutter to cut around the edges.
4) stick them to things - your skateboard, computer, binder, pets, whatever. Some sticker sheets may need a little extra stick to withstand the elements. If you're sure you want it there for good, add a little superglue.