"SOB" as written by Glen Ballard, Lisa Marie Presley and Clifton Magness....
You said I seem so grim and
You said it just wasn't when it fell down on me there
Darling do you forgive me
I went out on a limb
Cause I needed to be

Near the fireflies flying high above me
Then I hit the sky and it fell down on me

You said it wasn't sharp but I cut my finger
You said it just wouldn't burn and I scarred my face

You know I bite my nails my skin and my fingers
And I've heard that's my liver my nerves and my brain
I said I just like to bite on my fuckin fingers
Do you have another intelligent answer for me today

You said it wasn't sharp but I cut my finger
You said it just wouldn't burn and I scarred my face
You said it just wasn't ? when it fell down on me
Well I'm just a son of a bitch no matter what you say

I lost my trust in you
You were dangerous and scary
And you poisoned me with the fruits everyone was intrigued by
And I finally got buried

You said I won't forget and I don't remember and
You said I'm something I'm not and I fell on my face
You said I wouldn't rot but worms are crawling on me
I'm just a son of a bitch no matter what you say
I'm just a son of a bitch no matter what you say


Lyrics submitted by Chrissy3784

"S.O.B." as written by Clif Magness Glen Ballard

Lyrics © Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Universal Music Publishing Group, THE BICYCLE MUSIC COMPANY

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    General CommentRIGHT ON! A+++++++++++
    biggestFANon March 12, 2007   Link
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    General CommentIs this song about sexual abuse?

    "You said I won't forget and I don't remember and You said I'm something I'm not and I fell on my face. You said I wouldn't rot but worms are crawling on me."

    There was that boyfriend of her mother's who used to go into her room and try to start things, I hope it's not true.
    Jujubee123on January 30, 2010   Link

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