i'm the centre of whats getting you near*
but if you want it, you better come quickly
you're not that social, just a good drinker

i know a way to make things better
but do i mean it, or am i just mean
you're not that social, just a good drinker

ahh ah ah ah ah ah
ahh ah ah ah ah ah

theres no limits to the problems you bring
you need help, i need the tab from the waiter
you're not that social, just a good drinker

i've been hinting for a long long time
you'll never make it, this is the end
you're not that social, just a good drinker

ahh ah ah ah ah ah
ahh ah ah ah ah ah

breathe in, breathe out
i know you're drowning (x7)
breathe in, breathe in

you're not that social, you're just a good drinker
breathe in, breathe in
you're not that social, you're just a good drinker
breathe in, breathe in


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    General Comment\"Im the signer on this title you need\"

    \"there\'s no limits to the problems you\'ll breed\"

    are the correct lyrics, for the first lines of the first two verses.

    To me, this song is about an Alcoholic..Duh?!
    Spammyon April 23, 2005   Link
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    General CommentI thought it was "there's no limits to the problems you'll breathe." Ah well.

    Yeah, does seem to be about alcoholism; Carrie did the vocals for this song, Jason wrote it for her. They changed the lyrics - it was originally "I'm not that social, just a good drinker" but.. you know what, I'm gonna stop telling this story right there before I start looking like some kind of geeky Bondies obsessive and make people want to beat me up.
    YoungxForxEternityon March 04, 2006   Link
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    General Comment,,hmm sounds like something i could tell a lot of my friends..
    maaik_e89on January 12, 2007   Link

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