"Lick me in the ass," a canon in B-flat major, by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart.
No, I am not fucking kidding.
The lyrics are:
"Lick me in the ass!
Let us be glad!
Grumbling is in vain!
Growling, droning is in vain,
is the true bane of life,
Droning is in vain,
Growling, droning is in vain, in vain!
Thus let us be cheerful and merry, be glad!"
Ahahahaha I think this is the best thing I have seen all week, at least.
The phrase "lick me in the ass," here, is "apparently a reference to anal-oral contact." Hmm, is that so? Wherever did you come up with that interpretation?