Who you callin' bitch?
Don't you listen to a word they say
They make me so mad
They don't matter to me anyway

Chill out baby, stay with me for a while
But that don't mean I'll get with you tonight

So pissed at those boys
Let me comfort you and hold your hand
Especially that Dondo
Acting like he knows he's got a big thang

I know his type you're safe with me for a while
But that don't mean I'll get with you tonight

I want you so badly
Too bad that you're too bad for me
You love me and I like you
But I got to getchoo getchoo!

Though I love you so
Please remember that I'm just a friend
A friend who's in my pants
Never more never ever again

You're too crazy for me to settle down with
So I won't let me lead you on with a kiss

I want you so badly
Too bad that you're too bad for me
You love me and I like you
But I got to getchoo getchoo!

It hurts you so badly
I'm sorry you cant have me
I wont let me get with you tonight

I loved you so badly
Too bad that you're too good for me
You love me and I like you
But I got to getchoo getchoo!

It hurts you so badly
I'm sorry you can't have me
It hurts you so badly
I'm sorry you can't have me

I won't let me get with
I won't let me get with you tonight

Who you callin' bitch?
Don't you listen to a word they say
They make me so mad
I don't care about them anyway

Chill out babe and stay with me for a while
That don't mean I'll get with you tonight
That don't mean I'll get with you tonight


Lyrics submitted by Wrapid, edited by Twistedkane138

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    General CommentFrom the scrapped 'Songs From the Black Hole' concept album, this just seems to be about a guy and a girl who have previously had a 'thing' together, and the girl's been screwed around by someone so goes to the guy for comfort. He is just saying that he's there for her but only as a friend.
    rowan_cfcon October 13, 2004   Link
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    General CommentThis is an awseome song, and i am so glad that Rivers decided to give it to us. You can definetely see that it is part of a larger picture, SFTBH.
    jasonporter16on December 16, 2004   Link
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    General Commentthis is one of the best songs rivers ever wrote and we almost never got to hear it
    kidchemicalon December 29, 2004   Link
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    General Commentim pretty sure that this happened to rivers.. cuz he insists in many lyrics about settling down.. it simms to be his goal.. and this girl doesnt simm to be wanting the same thing..she just want to sleep with him tonight that she feels bad but rivers knows that if they do hell get hurt
    veritoon January 12, 2005   Link
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    General Commentthis is a song about a slut who is in love with this dude who she is mates with but he knows she's a slut so he doesnt wanna get hurt in the future and even though he's hurting her he knows its for her own good and his 'cause she'll just end up leaving him! He fancies her aswell but he wants a proper relationship. This song is great and one of my faves! I'm seeing Weezer in June and i cannot wait. GO WEEZER! Enjoy the song you fools!
    charllovesweezeron April 09, 2005   Link
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    General Commentyeah i feel lucky to be able to hear this song. this whole sftbh thing is like a big weezer mystery
    stryker311on June 29, 2005   Link
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    General Commentsuch a good song. rivers wrote it to be sung by two people from two perspectives, a guy and a girl. gotta love la weez. this song makes me want to dance.
    stupidbumblebeeon July 22, 2005   Link
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    General Commentdoes anyone know where to find these songs? there are so many lyrics posted on here that ive never heard of
    Rocci1212on September 13, 2005   Link
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    General CommentGo to Weerez.com and in the media section are all of these songs.
    Kat82386on June 15, 2006   Link
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    General CommentThis song rules. SOTBH should be released. I know they cant, but that'd be sweet
    Weezerspideron September 26, 2006   Link

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