High school, popularity, rears up it’s, ugly head again but with
psudo-interlectual, degrees in, politics and wanking
jet black, matching uniforms, personality, image is everything
Re-enforce, Gender stereo types, in the new, hip alternative setting

Beautiful, dead attack, all that glitters, is just black

Crash Dolly burn with me
like on TV
get dirty boy on me
so lust worthy

Lip Gloss, all she wears, false lashes, straight red hair
short skirt, a very short skirt, her thoughts count, only when she can’t fight back
pervert, self inflicted rash, while you are, masturbating with your tongue
you are, only listening, ‘coz of all the hype she attracts

Beautiful, dead attack, all that glitters, is just black

Crash Dolly burn with me
like on TV
get dirty boy on me
so lust worthy

I hate, therefore I ain’t, I am nothing but my own disease
expired, used-by-date gone, rotten core, but I am still for sale
disgrace tragedy breeds the best trashy magazine success
you will watch me fall, the truth is you are next

fuck them for selling it
fuck you for buying it
fuck me for making it
fuck it all

Beautiful, dead attack, all that glitters, is just black

Crash Dolly burn with me
like on TV
get dirty boy on me
so lust worthy



Lyrics submitted by CocaineKittie

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    General CommentWhile I can see why you think that Jemmargh I have to disagree. I thinks its about the music industry using really young high school age girls to sell pop music. Take Britney Spears for example, she started making music at a really young age and they had her dressed up in a skimpy school girl outfit and in the end she just felt used and it nearly destroyed her
    Kittyann86on April 11, 2010   Link
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    Song MeaningI always think this is about high-schoolers making amateur porn for quick money. They think it's all proffesional and glamourous but it's not (all that glitters is just black). In the end they just feel used and sold.
    Jemmarghon August 25, 2009   Link

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