"I Love You Mary Jane (with Cypress Hill)" as written by Larry E. Muggerud, Louis M. Freeze, Senen Reyes, Kim Althea Gordon, Thurston Joseph Moore, Lee M. Ranaldo and Steven Jay Shelley....
Sugar come by and get me high [Repeat x9]

Look who's back on the program
Hookin' up another fly joint
When I flow on the slow jam.
When I shift I kick to go
Like a fat drunk and I light up a fat spliff
Take a wiff
Can you smell that in the air?
When the smoke come out the building from every where
Shit I still get down
So just sit down
When my thoughts stops crawling
Time to sit down
With yet I go wrong
You got to hit my bong
Later on then I'll be getting high all alone
You got a friend named Mary Jane
And she make me feel strange
Now I've got to call out her name

[Chorus]
I love you Mary Jane
Sugar come by and get me high
I love you Mary Jane

Can I call Marijuana
If you wanna party
While shit I'm gonna as soon as she comes out
Round to my neighborhood
Damm and she always smells good
Let me make this understood
Are you experienced
Have you ever been experienced
Not for the life, make you delirious
Why is the room spinnin'
I can't stop now
I've must have been drinking
Cause this ain't pot
That's doing me like this
I feel ill now, I'm calling out to Mary
Cause I just can't deal

[Chorus]

I lLove you Mary Jane

Sugar come by and get me high


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"I Love You Mary Jane" as written by Larry E. Muggerud Kim Althea Gordon

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    General CommentPretty much, its a song about marijuana and how casual its usage has become in society nowadays.("Can I call Marijuana if you wanna party") It is also about its "hook", its addiction...the same way one would be "hooked" on a love interest, in a sense ("Sugar come by and get me high")
    rimiskaon March 17, 2007   Link
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    General CommentI don't think it's about the casual usage of marijuana in today's society, but rather their love for this special plant. Alcohol seems to be the bigger danger with addiction and deaths. ALSO, marijuana is not an addictive drug, the goverment's been pissing millions of dollars down the drain experimenting with it, trying to find hazards but they come up dry everytime.
    buzz fledderjohnon March 05, 2008   Link
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    General Commentalthough Sonic Youth weren't a drug-free band, this song is quite mocking the addiction and ignorance of a cliche-party-causal-pot-user in modern society. the second verse just furthers the blow showing user's denial how many use it to find escapism from their problems. Its written from the perspective of a indulgent idiot in a way to mock them from SY, funny enough I think the people they target in this song don't realize this song is actually making fun of them.
    Staticburn89on July 06, 2008   Link

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