She's got something to say to the world
She wants to know if she could tie it up
So it can't move, she is feeling inspired
She said it's too cool for it's own good

She's kinda freaky
She's kinda weird
She's kinda freaky
But I don't know
I think she's a genius

If she could only just slow it up
Then she could get out really quickly
She thinks the chances are
Pretty high, pretty high, pretty high

She's kinda freaky
She's kinda weird
She's kinda freaky
But I don't know
I think she's a genius

She had that slow motion thing happen
And she wants to tell you about it
But you know, you know, you know
She does not trust you
She knows all you are is lucky

She's kinda freaky
She's kinda weird
She's kinda freaky...
But I don't know
I think she's a genius


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    General Commentas a lesbian duo then group those now changed there name to gush one of the leading vocalists is leisha hailey (AKA ALICE FROM L WORD) so v.cool i love this song i think its about one of leisha haileys previous significant others formaily known as K.d.lang
    catatecson July 23, 2006   Link
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    General Comment"Alright this next particular song happens to be about our days in New York city, when our rent was twelve-fifty a freaken month. I don't know how much it is in Chicago, but I know it's a big city. And, uhm, it was very small, very small, apartment, and we lived in a house where drug dealers sort of let us in and let us out. So, there was this one particular girl that was very high on crack and Leisha found it endearing, to be honest with you. So she wrote this song about... her name was Lola... this girl Lola who lived on the corner of 19th and 8th. And Lola has no idea about this song." -From their live concert in Chicago in 1998

    That should make the meaning of the song somewhat clearer.
    Pseudoson January 23, 2012   Link

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