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You think you're bad
You think you're so fucking cool
Generation N E Y we're already dead (maybe there?)
If you don't give a fuck then I don't give a damn
but down with the scene that makes it so numb

I'm in the parking lot there's not a lot I've got
Some pig on a Harley trying to sell me pot
I come and shut the doors their tinted glass door
Another stupid chore as I'm on the wet floor

You can have my money but you can't have me (x4)

Show me buy me to me ship me tell me wind me start with me
You can have my money but you can't have me
Here's my money give me shit I don't need
To me what you say I need is just so unnecessary

You can have my money but you can't have me (x4)

You think you're bad
You think you're so fucking cool
Generation N E Y we're already dead
If you don't give a fuck then I don't give a damn
But down with the scene that makes it so numb
(x2)

Gas stop party shop any kind of cake shop
Gold shop cheese shop any kind of clothes shop
Alkie pop pizza pop any kind of pill shop
You could bring me anything but nothing's really gonna top
(x2)

You can have my money but you can't have me (x4)

Show me buy me to me ship me tell me wind me start with me
You can have my money but you can't have me
Here's my money give me shit I don't need
To me what you say I need is just so unnecessary

You can have my money but you can't have me (x8)


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  • +1
    General CommentThis song is about drug use... and not getting addicted.
    An addiction happens when the drug controls the person
    shes saying that although money might be spent, the drug can have the money but wont ever give in to the point of a problem..
    teqkillaon January 25, 2011   Link
  • +1
    My InterpretationI disagree that this song is about drug use. There are only a couple of mentions of drugs. The primary message of this song is an indictment of consumerism. Consumerism thrives on constantly purchasing things. She talks about all the shops in which to buy things. And the line, "To me what you say I need is just so unnecessary," indicates all the advertising that goes with consumerism, constantly telling people what to buy and to think.
    The endless cycle of purchasing and advertising drains natural human experience and reduces all things around us to the numbing meaninglessness of money. That's why she says we're already dead.
    kirby77on May 29, 2012   Link
  • 0
    General CommentI thought it was "Some dude on a hot day tryin to sell me pot"?
    gravitysmyenemyon August 30, 2011   Link
  • 0
    My Opinionits about anything that can take you in. Give them nothing but your money. keep your soul and stay true to who you are or at the very least know who you are and what you stand for.
    mh1169309on July 16, 2012   Link

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