Lately I'm rather good at blurring little things like lines between cleanliness and technology. Steady. I'm trying pretty hard to keep from getting seen but you pointed out and laughed at me. This jig is up. Don't be anything but ok. Fact is I must admit I like it and I decline to choose a team unless they're paired in 2's. Maybe I'm definitely thinking. Ok alright enough I said ok, you can come too. Don't run that's not fair.

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    General Commenthow i see it is that this one person particularly the girl is really good at hiding, keeping emotions and thoughts under control so they won't take over her. She's trying to keep it from being known but the guy sees right through her, points out and knows exactly what he thinks it is and finds it amusing why does she even bother blurring things when it's still very obvious. "This jig is up."

    "Don't be anything but okay" ranges from not being afraid, be okay, like it's all gonna be good.

    "I must admit I like it and I decline to choose a team unless they're paired in 2's. Maybe I'm definitely thinking." Here comes foreign thoughts invading. It's pretty explanatory what it clearly means. But still there's the maybe. Hesitation.

    "Ok alright enough I said ok, you can come too. Don't run that's not fair." Part where she finally gives in and admits it that it's totally fine to carry on with whatever it is between them. It's somehow inviting the other person. She confirms it that she definitely has a big thing for him and lays it out in the open, asks that he doesn't run --it's just totally not fair to do that, give more justice to what this is.
    alexithymia101on July 06, 2011   Link
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    General CommentThis is a nice song.
    To me, it means something like wanting to be invisible,
    but it wasn't working.
    And all the things that happen weren't going as planned, but it should be okay.
    that's all from me. yay.
    sharpflowerson September 29, 2005   Link
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    General CommentTo me its seems like getting used to the rockstar type thing. Not used to it and kind of modest so she tries not to be seen. But she admits she loves it
    san ni itchi GOon March 02, 2006   Link
  • 0
    General CommentThis song reminds me of OCD. Uh, yeah.
    americanmusicon July 29, 2006   Link
  • 0
    General Commenti love how when she shouts "don't run thats not fair" she actually sounds like a little girl whos complaining that someones cheating you know? she has possibly the CUTEST voice in the history of music!
    CinnamonHeartson August 04, 2006   Link
  • 0
    General CommentI definatley afree with cinnamin hearts! her voice is soo good and ccute at the same time!
    showyourteethon February 09, 2007   Link
  • 0
    General CommentIs this song a final version of Plays Pretty For Baby or something?

    'tis a good song.
    radcore.mjon June 22, 2007   Link
  • 0
    General Commentto answer your question, radcore, yes, Plays Pretty For Baby was re-recorded as Super OK...just has different lyrics

    it's weird to compare this version to the one ANT sung...i think his and rachel's voices mix really well together (like in This Was All A Bad Idea)
    concrete echoon July 14, 2007   Link
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    General CommentIf it's not the Rock Thing it's defos something "I want to be alone, not searching for a new love .. oh .. okay .. okay why not .. oh it's okay"ish.
    ansgaron January 06, 2008   Link
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    General Commentthe entire song seemed like a child playing in a school yard. like hide and seek - "I'm trying pretty hard to keep from getting seen". it's like 2 people are in a relationship and it's completely immature but she loves it because it's so fun. she knows it's dumb but she loves the feeling of it."I must admit I like it and I decline to choose a team unless they're paired in 2's". it's the whole cat and mouse aspect of a relationship. ya know?

    littlemisslistlesson January 14, 2008   Link

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