"Me & My Old Lady" as written by and Greg Kriesel Ron Welty....
Me and my old lady
Lay in bed all day
And when I say I love her
Well she rolls the other way

But really she don´t mean it
Everything she says
Still if I believe in love
There´s nothing wrong
There´s nothing wrong with my head

Me and my old lady
Sit and sip on wine
And when she says she loves me
Will I say that love is blind

But really I don´t mean it
Everything I say
Still if she believes in love
There´s nothing wrong
There´s nothing wrong with her head

So what if we´re making a scene now
You know she don´t give a shit
When she´s pawin´ and grabbin´ on me now
You know I don´t mind a bit

It´s all good and we
Ain´t gonna change now
The world is unaware
So if you want to go on and stare
'Cause we don´t care

She ain´t no ball and chain
Me and my old lady
Suck each other dry
And when in that position

I´m the luckiest man alive
Quenching our libidos
Passing time away
Now that I believe in love

There´s nothing wrong
There´s nothing wrong with my head

Lyrics submitted by zps2

"Me & My Old Lady" as written by Greg Kriesel Dexter Holland

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  • +1
    General CommentNoodlesIceman said it. The term "old lady" is slang for bride.
    fuckyouallon March 09, 2003   Link
  • +1
    General CommentHey Sushiman, this is The Offspring, not Blink.
    Regos the Saneon April 29, 2004   Link
  • +1
    General CommentOld lady means Wife.. :O
    Sandman-Xon November 16, 2004   Link
  • 0
    General CommentWhat the hell does this song mean...
    Cherub Rockon August 22, 2002   Link
  • 0
    General CommentI dont think its about an older woman necessarily, its just about the troubles you have in marriage but really loving one another, i think anyway. (^_-) But cool song, i`m miffed i cant get my guitar to sound as cool and mushy and noodles get his! (¬_¬)
    NoodlesIcemanon September 23, 2002   Link
  • 0
    General Commentits about how two people in a relationship dont always get along,but are still very in love……i think~i dont know what the hell it means…lol
    ~fallen~angel~on March 19, 2003   Link
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    General CommentIt's about how the relationship is all about sex. They lay in bed all of the time... "Quenching our libidos." He's not sure if he loves her, but he can trick himself into thinking he does, because the sex is great.
    MyPrivilegeon May 12, 2003   Link
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    General CommentDefinetly one of the stranger songs in the Offspring's repituar. I had not considered MyPrivilege's thoughts on it, the song could very well be about sex and the desire of this man to feel somthing besides lust for this woman. My original thoughts were that both of these people have grown distant over time and have actually reached a point where the idea of love sounds rediculous to them. My question is, what is "She ain't no ball and chain" about?
    PyroPenguinon November 19, 2004   Link
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    General Commenthow come old man means your dad (at least it does in australia) but old lady means wife
    moses101on November 30, 2004   Link
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    General Commentomg u guys. have a proper listen to the song. MyPrivilege is on the right track.

    The relationship they have is indeed a very fast-paced and sexual one, and even though the guy knows that being with her is seriously screwed up ("So what if we're making a scene now / You know she don't give a shit / When she's pawin' and grabbin' on me now / You know I don't mind a bit" - she gets on to him in public and stuff like that) it doesn't matter to him cos the sex is good and fast.

    The "she aint no ball and chain" part means shes not a 'drag'; shes a rebel and constantly seeking fun even if it is against all the rules.

    so there u go. my two cents. and i happen to be a MASSIVE offspring fan. so ner. i'll shut up now.

    - Lisa
    sleepyfrogon December 23, 2004   Link

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