"Jabberjaw" as written by and Alexander Greenwald....
Isn't there enough to talk about?
I don't want what else is running out your mouth
Chewing my ears from my head
Will not keep me interested

I want to put you on someone else
I want to leave you all by yourself

If I look like I'm involved
Well, I ain't listening at all

You never listen to a single thing I say
How in the hell did I get into this mess anyway?
Oh yeah, I was

Shot in the hall with a glance
If looks could kill I would've never had a chance
And you could bury me where I lie
I'm so unhappy that I could die

Other people, they're not looking
Anywhere in your direction
Got this creeping party doubt
There's no chance I'm ever getting out

You're having fun at my expense
Oh yeah, you're raking up
Sometimes I think that you
want to end up with no one to talk to!

Other people, they're not looking
Anywhere in your direction
Got this creeping party doubt
There's no chance I'm ever getting out

They're acting like somebody near
Just passed away in here

So if I go
No
When I do
You'll end up with no one to talk to!

Ha!!
Ha!!
Ha!!


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"Jabberjaw" as written by Alexander Greenwald

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    General CommentAlex Greenwald commented on this song in Nylon magazine....

    "There are references to this one girl- that’s what ‘Jabberjaw’ is about. She wouldn’t stop complaining about how a guest spot on a TV show was going to ruin her and how she didn’t want to turn out like me- credibility ruined by being in a Gap commercial. It infuriated me. And I drove home livid and wrote an angry song about it."
    darianesson April 18, 2004   Link
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    General CommentThis is one of my favorite tracks off of this cd. Its so close to home. I know exactly how Alex feels in this song. I love listening to his rage when he sings it and the spiteful "HA"s at the end make me laugh.
    The music of this song is pure genius as well. The way it starts off and those first notes. It's sick.
    xJGJxon March 24, 2005   Link

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