You got a problem with me personally
So you go and you write about it
In your fanzine..
Then someone reads it, and she likes it
And she puts it in hers.
And it grows and it grows and it grows.

Do you fucking know me?
Are you judging by popular opinion?
I think you are.
Are you judging?

You got a problem with me personally
So you go and you write about it
In your fanzine..
Then someone reads it, and she likes it
And she puts it in hers.
And it grows and it grows and it grows.

And you fucking know it.

This popularity contest is nothing less,
Than a setup,
And I'm fed up
With this shit that you're putting me through.
And I didn't ask for this,
You placed it on my shoulders.
And I'll give it back to you,
This status,
I don't want it.

And i never asked for this.
You placed it on my shoulders.
And I'll give it back to you,
This status,
I never asked for it.

Are you judging?


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    General CommentThis song was written by Tom C. of Silent Majority, and his lyrics are usually straight to the point but awesome!
    VermontConnect24on August 03, 2002   Link
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    General Commentwhat dos this have to do with GJ!!!???
    deftonesgirl_57on September 17, 2002   Link
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    General Commentyou moron. daryll sang background vocals on this song. thats what its has to do with glassjaw. stick with the deftones.
    Co and Caon October 16, 2002   Link
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    General Commentthat was a little unnecessarily harsh on someone's innocent ignorance. i came on to this song also not having a clue that daryl featured on this. if you're going to be that exacting, then maybe you should learn how to spell/use grammar, so it doesn't come across as hypocritical pedantry.
    mowglicoyon July 13, 2011   Link

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