"So I Quit" as written by and Richard Michael Patrick....
Motherfucker

You got your legal baby
You got your legal good
You got your legal baby
Just like a common whore

You got your legal baby
You got your legal good
You got your legal baby
Just like a common hood

'Cause you don't need to look at me
To make yourself the fool
'Cause you don't need to come to me
To make yourself the fool

So I quit, so I quit, so I quit

You got your legal baby
You got your legal good
You got your legal baby
Just like a common hood

'Cause, you don't need to look at me
To make yourself the fool
'Cause you don't need to come to me
To make yourself the fool

So I quit, so I quit, so I quit

Try to take something from me motherfucker
You're gonna fuckin' die you piece of shit


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"So I Quit" as written by Richard Michael Patrick

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    General CommentThis song rocks!! I think its about how Rich Patrick is like pissed off coz the opening with motherfucker, and its sayin that hes not needed by the other person so hes kinda pissed off with them and thats why hes saying he quits coz theres nothing for him.
    1000_bongson August 30, 2002   Link
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    General CommentI think he's angry at the legal system of today. The corruption with lawyers, people suing for their own greedy and selfish desires.

    The last two lines really say it all.
    rtilon December 24, 2004   Link
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    General CommentI love it when he coughs up after that opening scream.
    SekundesCon February 19, 2007   Link
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    General Commenti got the vibe that he was quitin smokin hence the cough at the begining....but hey that shows u what i get from the song...im not even a uge fan of the song...they got better
    shainsaw2060on April 09, 2008   Link
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    Song MeaningI think this song, as Capitain Bligh, is about Trent Renzor.
    alexvickerson December 08, 2008   Link
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    General CommentI think this song criticizes welfare and the people that abuse it... that's my take on it.
    [lowlife]on March 28, 2009   Link

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