Mozart Wrote A Song Called 'Lick My Ass'. It's Giving Us Thug life Goals.

Mozart, an inspiration to millions of musicians, composed a musical piece called 'Lick My Ass'. Yes, this happened. Amadeus Mozart = Thug Life.

First things first, Wolfgang is a badass name and Mozart lives up to it.

Mozart was a highly-celebrated and influential composer of the Classical era. He had shown prodigious ability from his earliest childhood days and is God-like for most classical musicians.
Side note: He composed a song about licking buttholes.

Mozart puts the “ass” in classical. Quite literally.
Just when you thought the world couldn’t get any weirder, here’s a blast from the past: Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart wrote a song titled ‘Lick My Ass’.
“Leck mich im Arsch” (literally “Lick me in the arse”) is a canon in B-flat major composed by Mozart with lyrics in German. It was one of a set of at least six canons probably written in Vienna in 1782.
Sung by six voices as a three-part round, it is said to be a party piece he made for his friends.

They say “Listen to Classical Music. It improves your IQ for a moment.”

Indeed. Indeed.

Mozart is probably the only guy who can write a piece about licking ass and still be highly respected.
The text from the piece were rediscovered in 1991 and it consists only of these repeated phrases:

Leck mich im A… g’schwindi, g’schwindi!
Leck im A… mich g’schwindi.
Leck mich, leck mich,
g’schwindi

(where ‘A..’ stands for ‘Arsch’; ‘g’schwindi’ means ‘quickly’. So basically, you’ve got to be quick when you lick Mozart’s ass)

Watch the ‘ass’tonishing musical masterpiece here:

Next time your parents ask you to listen to classical music, you know what to blast.

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