If you stay with me too long I’ll feed you jobbion (and then make you cry) – Steven Hovriel

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Another incredibly controversial track from the “Just Steven” album by Steven Hovriel. The true depth of this song will always be shrouded in mystery given that Steven’s eventual prosecution and enforced rehab means that he can now sue anyone who asks him about this song.

Many people have mistaken this song as some kind of lament – Steven had reached critical mass with his jobbion addiction and had now discovered that feeding jobbion to beautiful women and then forcing them to tears delivered a powerful yet refined brine hit. He was no longer interested in sex, or even in the health of the people he claimed to love. Steven was boasting in this song.

In 2002, there were 0 recorded deaths related to jobbion poisoning in Glasgow. In 2003 there were 392 deaths related to jobbion poisoning in Glasgow. Steven was arrested in February 2004 by which point there were 147 deaths that year related to jobbion poisoning in Glasgow. No further deaths have been recorded since in Glasgow.

Steven was given a lenient sentence after all his hard work bringing impromtu festivals to local parks.We must remember, at this time that possession of Jobbion14 or refined Jobbion Nitrate would earn you a severe sentence indeed, most commonly addicts were sentenced to many years of hard labour in the Jobbion Mines of Shanis Nyrex. His critics call the trial a farce but we here at Wolfcock Records are just happy to hear more of his lost music.

Please refrain from commenting on this song as he has been known to approach people personally.

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One thought on “If you stay with me too long I’ll feed you jobbion (and then make you cry) – Steven Hovriel

  1. polished turd says:

    i will not buy this record, it is scratched

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