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I like telling dirty jokes, and I like smoking crystal meth, but darling I love you.

And I like laughing at retards, and I like throwing rocks at dogs, but darling I love you.

I love you like the moon and stars, when little kids get hit by cars, girl you know its true. Darling, I love you.
I've been tryin' to move on, since you left, since you've been gone, but its so hard on me.
Talked to a girl in first hour, bought her a cd, bought her a flower, but she's a stupid cunt.
But I'll take anything, and I'll take anyone. I'll take an angry lesbian with a loaded gun.
I'll take a whore with syphilis and gonorrhea too. But darling, I love you.


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  • +1
    General Commenthaha amazing, probably means how much a fuck you are you still can / need love
    crott_crotton July 08, 2008   Link
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    General CommentI thought that AJJ stated in an interview that the lyrics all said "i DON'T like..."?
    Lightogirlon August 31, 2009   Link
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    General Commentso much satire in his songs.. love it
    mopink1968on June 19, 2013   Link
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    My InterpretationThis is the best way to explain to people that AJJ aren't a band just making weird music. They write obscure, great songs, with hard to decipher lyrics. This song is the easiest to decipher, in my eyes.

    He is saying a simple fact: He likes doing a lot of stupid, fucked up shit. He likes doing things that aren't normal, but, he loves this person. In my opinion, he's explaining to someone "Hey, I like doing all this shit, but, I /love/ you; and I'd give up all this shit I /like/ doing, for someone I /love/"
    chance1102on April 01, 2015   Link
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    General CommentOh my god. Perfect.
    ExoM7on July 17, 2010   Link
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    General CommentI cannot stop laughing at this song
    penny-laneon April 16, 2014   Link

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