"Crap Kraft Dinner" as written by and Joseph/taylor Goddard....
All the people I love are here
All the people that I love can't hear
All the people I love are drunk
All the people that I love are here
All the people I love are here
All the people that I love come here
All the people I love are drunk
All the people that I think I am are drunk

All you have left is one Kraft dinner
That I brought back for you last summer
All you have left is one reminder
Of the time we spent when I spent

All you can taste is that one Kraft dinner
That I prepared when your chances were slimmer
All you can hear is my refusal
'Cause I haven't got the time for a jerk-off loser

All you can hear is my refusal
'Cause I haven't got the time for a jack-your-body loser
All you can hear is my refusal
'Cause I haven't got the time for a jerk-off loser

All you can hear is my refusal
'Cause I haven't got the time for a jerk-off loser
No no no no, no more space or time
For last supper, baby baby
Even if you prepare mine
And for...
I have not got the time, got the time, the time, the time


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"Crap Kraft Dinner" as written by Joseph Goddard Alexis Benjamin Taylor

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    General CommentGreat song :)

    I think it's saying in the first part that even though he's with his "loved ones", he feels out of place. He's expecting more but is coming to the realization that they "can't hear", and are drunks. When he says "all the people i think i am are drunks", he's acknowledging that he used to be like them because they were together, but he realizes how they don't relate because of some differences that blatantly distinguish them (alcoholism).

    In the second part he refers more to one individual that was within this group. He used to have some kind of relationship with this girl i'm assuming. Even back then though, he never gave enough attention to her because he didn't love her enough, hence, he served her kraft dinner. She's a loser now, and was a loser then, which is why he "refused" her love. In the end he is not with her anymore, so now, as she eats kraft dinner, she is reminded of her past and thus reflects on that "one reminder".

    Separation, and the pain because of it. He's satisfied because he's out of the mess, but now she's left to mourn in her own doings (being a jerk-off loser).
    xnateon February 28, 2009   Link
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    General Commenti love this song
    malinda_fisheron April 18, 2007   Link
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    General Commenti do love the hot trumpets towards the end of this song, soo sensual. '*TUNE'
    lexingtonseabrookon May 07, 2007   Link
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    General Commentit's a nice, sad and minimalistic song
    Helioon June 30, 2007   Link
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    General Comment"it's a nice, sad and minimalistic song "

    Minimalistic is the perfect word, not only for the song, but for the artist as well. Their music is so delicate and sweet. :]
    honeygloon November 27, 2007   Link
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    General CommentI think it's about an alcoholic family member or lover. The singer has pitty for them, but is washing their hands of them.
    lboogyon December 09, 2007   Link
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    General Commentlboogy, your speculation seems spot on to me. This song is too great.
    laurentertainingon May 01, 2008   Link
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    General Commenti think it has to do with growing up in an alcoholic family, and having to cope with incoherent loved ones when it comes to dinner parties and other various get togethers.

    the second half, however, leads you to believe that there is one particular person that is unable to care for themselves, and disabled by the consummation of alcohol. and that is where the:
    "all you have left is one kraft dinner
    that i brought back for you last summer"
    also, the use of "baby" makes you think that it is someone intimate, possibly a lover.

    all in all, i think the meaning is ultimately the struggle against devil that is alcohol, and its control over relationships with others.
    laurrrriiieeon October 27, 2008   Link

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