"Capital Cristine" as written by and Josh Caterer....
I'm in trouble with a Capital Cristine
I mean what I say
When I say that I love you

I was thinking of a number
Between one and two
You know what to do with a kiss girl
When you kiss me

I'm in trouble with a Capital Cristine
I mean what I say
When I say that I love you

I know I done you wrong
But lady you're as much to blame
I'm in no mood for games
Please stop screaming my name

I stole myself a moment
But I'm paying for it now
I wasted it somehow
And it's gone, gone, gone, gone, gone

I'm in trouble with a Capital Cristine
Trouble with a Capital Cristine
Trouble with a Capital Cristine
I mean what I say when I say that I love you
Love you


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"Capital Cristine" as written by Josh Caterer

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    General CommentMight just be me...but I don't really understand this song. What does he mean by "a Capital Cristine"? Help >_
    -=TiedToTheTracks=-on August 25, 2002   Link
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    General Commenthahah 3 years later, and i'm still the only commenter. how sad :(

    cmon guys. the smoking popes are awesome. love them.

    love them now damnit.
    -=TiedToTheTracks=-on March 21, 2005   Link
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    General Commentmy guess: the song means trouble with a capital "Kristine," as in "trouble with a capital K"
    trouble that starts with T, rhymes with P, and starts with pool. from the Music Man.
    but I think I just confused myself
    PlaidIsRadon October 10, 2005   Link
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    General CommentWow, nobody? I read somewhere that Josh had a girlfriend named Cristine and they had some pretty epic shouting matches, which is where the "please stop screaming my name" part comes from. But they're still together because she knows what to do with a kiss and he really does love her, and he's stealing these moments that they don't belong together. Even though he'll pay for them in the end.

    The Capital Cristine part is a play on words, like plaid said, "trouble with a capital T."

    My second-least-favorite song on the album, in front of only Before I'm Gone, but still a good song.
    danupon December 24, 2006   Link

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