"Everyday's Forecast" as written by Matthew Mcginley and Travis Mccoy....
You think you know, but you have no idea
This is the diary of a raging onomatopoeia

Now here's another broken link for anyone who thinks my life's together
I rock a raincoat despite the pleasant weather
God's placed a permanent dark cloud above my head
But he was nice enough to loan me a holy umbrella
Well thank ya fella,
how considerate
I'm the illegitimate son of accident-prone degenerates
Today's forecast partly cloudy with a good chance of rain
So I wear my sarcasm badge proudly and
Flash a devilish grin
That'll make the most masculine Men skeptical of his existence
And when the rain begins, I'll take a seat to retire and admire the spectacle
from a distance
For instance, there was this cat the other day shootin me ice grills
But when I looked, he'd look the other way
Now any other day
I wouldn't let this type of shit bother me
Today it was enough to make my lucky charms soggy
So finally I stepped to him
Kindly disrespected him
Looked him dead in the eyes and analyzed how it affected him
He broke down in tears talkin bout how God neglected him Hook.

Make this rain go away
Things would be much better
I swear, I swear
If the sun would come out today
Life would be more worthwhile, worthwhile, worthwhile

And all it took was a sewing needle to deflate my swollen ego
Then pop pop went my God Complex
I never thought 19 yrs after my first breath I'd be in art school surrounded by corny fucks debating who's more depressed
I'm 22 now, and still can't deal with what's real
But I'll be damned if I give up and settle for pills
Shit, my Daddy taught me better
Mommy taught me how to crack 40's and jack 6 packs in oversized sweaters
Over time went the changes
So I'm in the rain waiting
For the flood gates to open
Impersonating my favorite VH1 Behind the Music tragedy
Catastrophe never tasted so acidic before
I'm PH balanced
For the floor but strong enough to stay afloat
And doggy paddle long enough to catch that life preserver rope
And then I'll be on a parallel ladder laughin like, "Damn, my man for the love of Pete what happened"

And finally I'll step to you
Kindly disrespect you
Look you dead in the eyes and analyze how it effects you
Watch you break down in tears talkin about how God neglected you Hook.

Make this rain go away
Things would be much better
I swear, I swear
If the sun would come out today
Life would be more worthwhile, worthwhile, worthwhile

Yo, you ever watch a whole day wash away like your very last match that got wet the second you struck it
Well go ahead relieve your stress, kick that bucket all you want,
A cigarette that never mattered's all you stuck with

You ever watch a whole day wash away like your very last match that got wet the second you struck it
Well go ahead relieve your stress, kick bucket all you want,
A cigarette that never mattered's all you stuck with

Make this rain go away
Things would be much better
I swear, I swear
If the sun would come out today
Life would be more worthwhile, worthwhile, worthwhile

Yo, you ever watch a whole day wash away like your very last match that got wet the second you struck it
Well go ahead relieve your stress, kick bucket all you want,
A cigarette that never mattered's all you stuck with

Yo, you ever watch a whole day wash away like your very last match that got wet the second you struck it
Well go ahead relieve your stress, kick bucket all you want,
A cigarette that never mattered's all you stuck with


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"Everyday's Forecast" as written by Travis Mccoy Matthew Mcginley

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  • +1
    General Comment"for the love of pete" is a common expression.

    it doubt it has anything to do with pete wentz.
    youcanbreathe_nowon July 22, 2006   Link
  • +1
    General Commentwow! people on these boards must be smoking crack like mad! first and foremost to whom it may concern not every underoath song is about god. 2. not every reappearing line is a rip off or a reference.
    pacoxxxtacoon December 21, 2006   Link
  • 0
    General CommentI'm guessing "for the love of Pete" refers to Pete Wentz of Fall Out Boy.
    And they misspelt onomatopoeia
    waitingforsundayon August 11, 2005   Link
  • 0
    General CommentIn reference to above ^ I think this song has something to do with fall out boy, they mention Pete and also mention a 'god complex' as in sugar we're going down? I can't like.. create a tie but I think there could be something [Apart from they're both signed by FBR] Any ideas?
    Bethie09on February 05, 2006   Link
  • 0
    General Commentthey collabarate often....and I know Pete had a bout with depression...
    cmama06on February 28, 2006   Link
  • 0
    General Commenttheres a reference to panic at the disco in there too

    "Today's forecast partly cloudy with a good chance of rain
    So I wear my sarcasm badge proudly"
    Pennon March 09, 2006   Link
  • 0
    General Commentbut wasnt this song written before p! at the disco and fall out boys newest records?
    ariv43on March 19, 2006   Link
  • 0
    General CommentMaybe not.

    Or maybe Panic! At The Disco got it from them?

    I'm really not sure. It'd be grand if someone did know for sure though.

    A see a few errors in the lyrics as well, but nothing to big.

    You should also check out The Midnight Society, sashi's creation.
    Labelsareforjarson July 02, 2006   Link
  • 0
    General Commentyou are all idiots. panic at the disco and fall out boy suck. gym class heroes needs to sever ties with all the shitty little bands that they're with because they are so much better than them
    willlliwon September 03, 2006   Link
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    General Commentthis came out long before p!atd's record. not sure about fob's latest. i think it came out before that though. if anything, p!atd is referencing gch.

    um, "for the love of pete" is a very common saying...don't really think it has anything to do with pete wentz...
    moonlightson September 12, 2006   Link

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