I gave birth to twin wire hangovers.
And now I am a personal space invader.
I've got essays, I've got finals due.
I have got lots and lots of problems.
Look out! Look out! Look out! Look out!

And how can you put that straw up your nose, when you know how coke is manufactured?
Its made by children for the immature.
It is made by babies who've been captured.
It's a sin against their fellow man.
It's a sin against your fellow men.

And welcome to this world, have as much fun as you would like while helping others have as much fun as you're having.
Be kind to those you love, and be kind to those you don't.
But for God's sake you gotta be kind, and respectful because we're all one soul.
Be the best fucking human that you can be!


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  • +4
    General CommentThis song reminds me of Vonnegut.

    I think it's God Bless You, Mrs. Rosewater, where a character writes a welcome for his neighbor's newborn babies, and it's just telling them what he thinks everyone new to the planet should know, eventually just saying "Goddamnit, babies, you've got to be kind!"

    I never read it, so I could be wrong, but that's the gist of it.
    ChineseDemocon March 16, 2009   Link
  • +1
    General Commentmeaning, i fucking love this song.
    bryana_jon January 22, 2008   Link
  • 0
    General CommentThis song is a commentary on people who force their beliefs on you, or 'personal space invaders'. Looking at the second verse, they talk about how you shouldn't do coke because it's made by 'babies who've been captured', which adds to the satire and the overall message.

    I have no idea what twin wire hangovers are, but it's probably not important anywho.
    Ipskieson June 22, 2013   Link
  • -2
    General Commentto be vague and cliche, :O is what that is.
    bryana_jon January 22, 2008   Link

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