"Music Is The Victim" as written by and Jason Sellards Derek Gruen....
I left my heart in San Fransisco
It's at some motherfucking disco
The people there where dancin' on it
And that's including Ms. Matronic

Hell if music is the victim then so am I
Of lovin' and a cheatin', the snake gon' bite
I beg and I scream and I cuss and I cry
If music is the victim then some am I

Of your bad fun
Money's all gone but you need some
Lover's on the phone but the got none
Daddy ain't home from the dog run
And you're riding through the city with a shotgun

I left my bag in Pasadena
Where all them girls was doin' Tina
Them bitches sure where crunked up on it
I said I'd rather smoke some chronic

Hell if music is the victim then so am I
Of lovin' and a cheatin' the snake gon' bite
I beg and I scream and I cuss and I cry
If music is the victim then so am I

Of your bad fun
Money's all gone but you need some
Lover's on the phone but the got none
Daddy ain't home from the dog run
And you're riding through the city with a shotgun

I left my man in Houston Texas
Just before he finished breakfast
He said; oh baby fry some more eggs
But I was runnin' on my own two legs

Hell if Jesus had the power than so do I
To rise up from the dead and take up to the sky
I'm bustin' for the money so I get by
If music is the victim then so am I


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"Music Is the Victim" as written by Jason Sellards Derek Gruen

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    General CommentWhat about before the "I left my man in Houston, TX" verse:
    "What's shakin' Ms. Matronic?
    Nothin' but my bacon, Mr. Shears..
    You feelin' funky?
    I feel so funky I don't know what to do with myself!
    Damn, that's funky. What'chu gon' do when you're funky like that?
    I said I'm gonna do the pony, and then I'm gonna do the jerk. I'll launch into the watuse(?).. because I know I betta work..."

    There are two versions, am I right?
    boomerstyleon December 20, 2004   Link
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    General Commentwhy has only one person commented on this song? This is the best song on the album!!!
    bill_the_ponyon December 24, 2004   Link
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    General CommentI <3 this song! I love how the lyrics are somewhat anti-christian.
    sleepingsuicideon January 02, 2005   Link
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    General Commentthis is my fav song on the album and i noticed a lot is missed out
    anthem_shouteron January 05, 2005   Link
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    General CommentThis is the best song on the album. It's one of my "special" songs.
    americanmusicon March 04, 2005   Link
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    General CommentThe 'missing verse' is not on the album version of MITV. its on a demo version or something.
    K-nuxXxon March 26, 2005   Link
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    General CommentDefinitely one of the best songs on the album. Anyone know what it means? I'm stumped.
    DiscoInfernoon December 16, 2006   Link
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    General CommentLet me give you a gay insight, if you are gay then you probably go "oh yeah" but even if you are not, here goes, the chorus is the key. The song is about one partner being promiscuous in a monogamous relationship hence,

    Of your bad fun
    Money's all gone but you need some
    Lover's on the phone but the got none
    Daddy ain't home from the dog run
    And you're riding through the city with a shotgun.

    Daddy being the other partner and the shotgun being, well use your imagination.
    seanmac27on June 29, 2007   Link
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    General CommentThis sound is about drug use... duh:

    "I left my bag in Pasadena
    Where all them girls was doin' Tina
    Them bitches sure where crunked up on it
    I said I'd rather smoke some chronic"

    Tina = crystal meth
    Chronic = marijuana laced with cocaine
    fizzylizzion October 09, 2012   Link

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