Am I... am I... am I...
Am I to be blamed?
But I have to? Could I try to? Do I have to?
I still get rocks off

Am I... am I... am I...
Am I to be blamed?
But I need to? Could I get to? Do I have to?
I'll be alright
I still get rocks off

And it's so inviting, a word, a phrase of song
And it's so inspiring that it might be all wrong
That I can seem to be alone so long as you are gone

Am I... am I... am I...
Am I to be blamed?
Would I need to? Do I have to? Could I get to?
I'll be almost good
I still get rocks off

And it's so inviting, the word, a phrase of song
And it's so inspiring that it might be all wrong
That I can seem to be alone so long as you are gone

Ah, oh
Long gone
Now I know
I know how to call
You want

Am I... am I... am I...
Am I to be blamed?
But I need to? Do I have to? Could I get to?
I'll be almost good
I still get rocks off

And it's so inviting, the word, a phrase of song
And it's so inspiring that it might be all wrong
That I can seem to be alone so long as you are gone


Lyrics submitted by let it fall, edited by embassyrow

(I Am Taking Out My Eurotrash) I Still Get Rocks Off song meanings
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    General Commentthis song is poeticly ill.
    tsucolon April 16, 2003   Link
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    General Commentthe squeal in this song is quite possibly the coolest thing i've ever heard.
    theglowisgoneon June 24, 2003   Link
  • 0
    General Commentthe squeal=beautiful.
    theglowisgoneon June 24, 2003   Link
  • 0
    General CommentYEAH. the squeal is sweet. actually the whole song is.
    bolshevikson May 01, 2004   Link
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    General CommentI *love* this song. Also: getting rocks off is coming, in case anyone didn't know.
    perfectandslowon March 13, 2005   Link
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    General CommentVery Sonic youthy and yes the squealing and semming chaos kicks ass.
    eddiebon September 11, 2007   Link
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    General CommentThe first line of the brother's verse is definitely "And it's so inviting, a word, a phrase of song."

    The first line of the song is more likely "Am I to be blamed," not "Am I to be paid." But who can really be sure?

    This was the first BR song I ever heard.
    Kyomaraon November 15, 2010   Link

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