well my alarm clock he aint working
but i dont really mind
cos he aint know friend of mine
he kept waking me up all the time
saying
do do do get on ur feet, you've gotta get a job cos ur in too deep!

ohhhh nooo, oh nooooo

well i dont like doing things that other folks tell me to do and so i hitted with a hammer and now hes quite subdued

and when i wake up in the morning he dont even make a sound and my life aint slipping away because his hands dont turn around

beep beep beep, get on ur feet you've gotta get a job cos ur in too deep!

ohhhh noooo, oh noooo

well ive never been so happy, that's what i am right now and people misunderstand me cos when i was made some joker put my smile on...upside down....


Lyrics submitted by cm07

Alarm Clock song meanings
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    General CommentIt's not cryptic is it? I love this song. I saw Rumble Strips at the NME awards tour and they were amazing. Hasn't everyone felt like this, it's brilliant!
    glitchandgleanon August 14, 2007   Link
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    General Commentaah why havent more people commented this song!! its just the most cheery happy song EVER! The bit where it says 'so i hit him with a hammer... and now he's quite subdued' is so funny - alarm-clock-violence is brilliant!!
    yay4musicon August 14, 2007   Link
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    General Commentdon't normally correct people but for the purposes of this song being funny the word is actually 'hitted'. but it's a great song anyway
    magicmoleon November 20, 2007   Link
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    General Commentedited. there we go. sleep better now :)
    amazing band.
    cm07on November 29, 2007   Link
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    General Commentlove the last part but the whole song is quite brilliant :) very funny; but you know you feel the same way when you wake up
    hamfruitcakeon January 29, 2008   Link

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