We’re too old for teen violence
But we’re not too old for pre-teen violence
We’re too old for teen violence
But we’re not too old for pre-teen violence

FREAK!
Hard to the core
Flat on the floor
Give me some more

MARCH! down the hall
and report to the principal
MARCH! down the hall
and report to the principal

Kill your school books and rules
You’re no fool teach us stupid
Ring the bell, ditch this hell
You're too Cool
Too cool for this school

We’re too old for teen violence
But we’re not too old for pre-teen violence
We’re too old for teen violence
But we’re not too old for pre-teen violence

FREAK!
Hard to the core
Flat on the floor
Give me some more

MARCH! down the hall
and report to the principal
MARCH! down the hall
and report to the principal

Kill your school books and rules
You’re no fool teach us stupid
Ring the bell, ditch this hell
You're too Cool
Too cool for this school

Fail this class
Go home early
Get left back
I'm not sorry

Fail this class
Go home early
Get left back
I'm not sorry

MARCH! down the hall
and report to the principal
MARCH! down the hall
and report to the principal

Kill your school books and rules
You’re no fool teach us stupid
Ring the bell, ditch this hell
You're too Cool
Too cool for this school


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Pre-Teen Violence song meanings
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    General CommentI'm 13 and seem to be one of perhaps 4 or 5 people my age in the entire fucking STATE who can grasp the irony that absolutely soaks our lives, especially our social lives. It's either sad, or, if you appreciate MSI and live life "with tongue firmly in cheek," disturbingly funny. This song IS my middle school. It's a fairly major deviation from the MSI norm, but I heard it and immediately loved it.

    Now, let me sit back (and do the first-comment dance) while everyone else calls me a "fucking gay/lesbian/poser/child/etc" ad nauseum. And yes, I'm always this patronizing to people who judge me for being a "foolish lil poser kiddie."
    s0ck_ninjaon January 10, 2007   Link
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    General CommentI'm 13 and seem to be one of perhaps 4 or 5 people my age in the entire fucking STATE who can grasp the irony that absolutely soaks our lives, especially our social lives. It's either sad, or, if you appreciate MSI and live life "with tongue firmly in cheek," disturbingly funny. This song IS my middle school. It's a fairly major deviation from the MSI norm, but I heard it and immediately loved it.

    Now, let me sit back (and do the first-comment dance) while everyone else calls me a "fucking gay/lesbian/poser/child/etc" ad nauseum. And yes, I'm always this patronizing to people who judge me for being a "foolish lil poser kiddie."
    s0ck_ninjaon January 10, 2007   Link
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    General CommentAnd you post double, kiddo! ^^

    But nice to see the young crowd appreciating MSI and seeing the dullness of life.
    Have fun!
    The_Antipopon January 14, 2007   Link
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    General CommentAh, crappity! I didn't see that! Why do they refuse to give us a simple "delete comment" button?

    -hiss-
    s0ck_ninjaon January 16, 2007   Link
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    General CommentI haven't got the slightest idea... but it shouldn't be too complicated, or not?
    The_Antipopon January 25, 2007   Link
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    General Commentit's doesn't make sense. "We're too old for teen violence, but we're not too old for pre-teen violence" wtf? x]
    xtreme2252on March 20, 2008   Link
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    General CommentPersonally, I think preteen violence is WAY more funny then regular teen shit.
    Who doesnt like seeing little people go at it.
    LSD Narcoticson March 22, 2008   Link
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    General CommentThis song...highschool dropouts...maybe. I mean, they're "too old" for teenage stuff "but not too old" for pre teen violence....they're too mature for schoo, but not too mature for ditching...maybe
    EmaJackon April 06, 2010   Link

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