"Volvo Driving Soccer Mom" as written by Art Alexakis, Craig Montoya and Greg Eklund....
You know I used to be a bad girl,
I got busy in the bathroom at my high school prom.
Yeah, I used to be a dancer at the local strip club,
But now I know my right wing from my wrong.
Yeah-yeah, I really used to be a bad girl,
I had a threesome with my sister and her boyfriend Tom.
I know I used to be a real wild child,
But now I am a Volvo-driving soccer mom.
Nana-nana, Volvo-driving soccer mom, nana-nana nana-nana.

I really used to be a bad girl,
I got busted for possession of my wizard-shaped bong.
I used to love to do the things they'd tell me not to do,
But now I'm different, now I sing a new song.
I really used to be a bad girl,
I got gang-banged in the bathroom at my high school prom.
Yes, I used to be a real wild child,
But now I am a Volvo-driving soccer mom.

Nana-nana nana-nana, Volvo-driving soccer mom,
Nana-nana nana-nana, Volvo-driving soccer mom.
Nana-nana nana-nana, Volvo-driving soccer mom,
Nana-nana nana-nana, Volvo-driving soccer mom.

Whoa, whoa, where do all the porn stars go when the lights go down?
I wonder where all the porn stars go,
Cause when you need one, they are never around.
I think they moved out to the suburbs,
And now they're blond, bland, middle-class Republican wives.
They've got blond, bland, middle-class Republican children,
And blond, bland, middle-class Republican lives.
Where do all the porn stars go when the lights go down?
I think I know where all the porn stars go?
They all become Volvo-driving soccer moms.

Nana-nana nana-nana, Volvo-driving soccer mom,
Nana-nana nana-nana, Volvo-driving soccer mom.
Nana-nana nana-nana, Volvo-driving soccer mom,
Nana-nana nana-nana, Volvo-driving soccer mom.


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"Volvo Driving Soccer Mom" as written by Craig Montoya Art Alexakis

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    General CommentHave any of you guys seen the music video to this song? I think it was hilarious and really made me love the song!:)
    hottiewitabodyon January 20, 2007   Link
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    General CommentI can't believe somebody hasn't already commented on this song! The song just illustrates that female porn stars, in the general sense, become Volvo-driving soccer moms after they quit the industry. This song fuckin' rocks!!
    MakeYourselfon June 22, 2003   Link
  • 0
    General Commenti love this song cuz its funny. i just bought their new cd "slow motion daydream" and it rocks. i love it so much, but still it isnt as good as "learning how to smile".
    alternativeaddict06on June 28, 2003   Link
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    General CommentYup i like this song..I was waiting for sum1 to put this song on the bb. Anyway teh first time i heard this song i laughed my ass off! it's a great song! :)
    creed_rocks13on July 07, 2003   Link
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    General CommentArt said it was pretty weird, when making the video, to be playing in front of little kids.
    Theo Reoon September 29, 2004   Link
  • 0
    General Commentsuch a damn good song! this song is amusuing yet deals with a true point- a lot girls who are wild and slutty and fun loving when they're young, grow up to try to be perfect suburban career women and completely lose their edge
    art_everclearon October 14, 2004   Link
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    General CommentI think it's also about how people who seem really cool, edgy, different and wild when they are younger just grow intp the most mundane people of all.
    quarter_past_threeon October 30, 2005   Link
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    General Commenti think the song is telling the story of girls who used to be insane rebels growing up to conform to society...i find it sad actually how many people lose their edge, that one thing that sets them apart to become their enemy...

    i dunno maybe the girl in this song wanted to become a soccor mom....


    i like it =]
    sparkle_and_fade...on December 09, 2006   Link
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    General CommentI feel like the point he's trying to make is that in order to fit in in suburbia you have to give up everything that's important to you--you have to be bland and boring. In a sense, you have to sell yourself--it's another form of prostitution (mental and spiritual rather than physical).
    dontkillwhiteyon May 09, 2007   Link
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    General Commentthis is my favorite song.
    like ever.
    it never gets old!

    its also the first song i ever heard by everclear... what a lovely impression lol.
    asher27on June 20, 2007   Link

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