"I Hate You" as written by Sebastian Eichmeier, Cyrus Valentine and Shirin Valentine....
"Hey, well i hate you with a crush oh baby yeah (but call me)
Well you know my hate's everlastin' baby yeahyeah (but call me)
do you, do you, do you, do you, do you, do you, do you, do you,
do you know why i hate you baby ' Huh, do you know ?(but call me)
Cause because you make, make me, make me hate you baby,yeahyeahyeahyeahyeah
Well alright

Well i hate you baby with a passion yeah you know i do (but call me)
Oh you know my hate's everlasting' baby, yeah yeah yeah (but call me)
Ohhh you know you know you know you know why i hate you baby Huh, do you ? (but call me)
Cause because you make me hate you baby, yeahyeahyeahyeah (but call me)
Well alright"


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"I Hate You" as written by Gary Burger Dave Havlicek

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    Song MeaningI'm like to think, judging by the lyrics (along with the backing lyrics, in brackets) that this song's reflecting on the way in which certain women will only respond to a man's interest in them if it's shown through neglect and disregard (the classic 'bad boy' archetype), while at the same time this frustrates the man in question to the point where they hate the girl for being left with no choice but to treat them in such a way (which may not be how they want to treat them) as nothing else seems to spark their attraction. At the same time, the man in question is still infatuated with the girl for this reason. I guess you could sum it up as tainted, dumbstruck love.
    TheLastKnownPropheton September 05, 2010   Link
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    General CommentMy first Monk tune. I hated it at first. I couldn't stand the vocals. But then, over time, it hit me...it was Monk Time. Our Gary here REALLY hates his girl. But call him!
    ZombieCultHeroon March 05, 2006   Link

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