"Lunatic, Lunatic, Lunatic" as written by and Richard Edwards....
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Brothers and sisters
sometimes you feel like you cant succeed
and im here to tell you that you're probably right
but if you stay strong everything will be alright

[Richard Edwards]
Allison's got a crackpot mind
She tries to flex it all of the time
But it's of no use
She's clearly lost her screws
She bares her teeth and paints them green
She can be a drama queen
Shes got no needs she sleeps on trampolines

The boys all say she's just a fool
But I know that she's so much more
She's a lunatic, a lunatic, a lunatic

Allison's a parable
For the risks of being terrible
She's 4'2", and crazy as a loon
She hops the bar, she keeps it cool
She sheds her top in Marshall's pool.

The guys make eyes at the naked girl
Who's showin' off her tits in a co-ed pool
She's a lunatic, a lunatic, a lunatic
She's a lunatic, a lunatic, a lunatic
She's a lunatic, a lunatic, a lunatic

Someone save her from herself
Someone save her from herself
And get her home

Allison's got a crackpot mind
She tries to flex it all of the time
But it's of no use
She's clearly lost her screws

The boy's all say she sucked their dicks
She claims that she's a feminist
She's a lunatic, a lunatic, a lunatic
She's a lunatic, a lunatic, a lunatic
She's a lunatic, a lunatic, a lunatic


Lyrics submitted by rockmywhitesuit

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    My InterpretationI think he's talking about the town whore with severe issues. The guys in town just treat her like a bag of skin and bone and think that she just likes being screwed and that's all but the singer is saying that he sees something much more than that inside of her, that she's been f***ed around a lot and has very low self-esteem. I also think that somewhere he's implying part of the reason she's a "lunatic" is because something really bad happened that destroyed her (e.g. an abortion, rape ETC)

    "She sheds her top... She hops the bar... She claims that she's a feminist..." This is all her acting out, but I think "She claims that she's a feminist" is her trying to disassociate those two parts of her-- Whore and person.

    Brilliant, like all of their incoherently morose.
    PlasterWhoreon June 28, 2013   Link
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    General CommentReminds me of Cassie from Skins.
    Dylanologyon September 29, 2010   Link

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