Stop, we are good times
We're from the 80s and we're here to help
That's when the lion awoke
And Mephistopheles spoke
He's said you still got some time baby
There's still time to choke

That's where Her Majesty dines
On perpendicular lines
Stop making me stop
We are good times

Stop, we are good times
And I don't even know
It keeps repeating
It keeps repeating
It keeps repeating and I don't even know

This town has taken it's dose
Sometimes it be so droll
You gotta jam it baby
Go on and jam it in the hole

What a lewd pleasure whatever you use
We are good times in whatever form you choose
Low battery but your lights are on
Flesh fantasy and our love goes on and on
Jam it in the hole

Stop, we are good times
It keeps pushing
It keeps pushing me down
It keeps pushing
Tell me are you gonna push push?

You're just a sick banshee
A sexy fantasy
An alternative version of what I need
So fly your flag up a pole
It's an attainable goal
Rock and roll black hole
Just go and jam it in the hole

Jam it in the hole

Stop, we are good times
I am God's love baby
I'm Courtney Love baby
Who the hell are you?

Low battery but your lights are on
Flesh fantasy and our love goes on and on
What a lewd pleasure whatever you use
We are good times in whatever form you choose

Low battery but your lights are on
Flesh fantasy and our love goes on and on
What a lewd pleasure whatever you use
We are good times in whatever form you choose

What's the market value on a soul?
Kids keep jamming in this rock and roll black hole
Greasing up the pleasure pole
Kids keep jamming in this rock and roll black hole...


Lyrics submitted by badmartialarts, edited by hornytheclown

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    General CommentThis song seems to be a criticism of the rock industry and the culture that surrounds it. It concerns itself with the generations of rock bands that exploit their audience and the gullible kids that fall into a trap of sex, drugs, and rock and roll. Valentine seems to be implying that much of the rock scene has young people inserting meaning into something that is devoid of it.

    "You're such a sick banshee, a certain fantasy, an alternative version of what I need."

    Another section speaking to the oversexualization of the kids but I think it is also implying that the fans know this path is wrong for them. "An alternative version of what I need" can be read in two different ways. She's alternative in the sense that she is part of the scene, or that she's not what he needs emotionally but what he needs physically/sexually. I think both readings could be correct but the second reading fits with the tone of the song. The girl is what he wants but not what he needs in a real relationship.

    Overall the song is about how much of rock encourages a hedonistic lifestyle built around "good times." But that lifestyle is empty and incomplete. All the rock stars are doing is profiting off a wasted youth.

    This is a theme I think you can see in a lot Electric Six songs that mock cultures built around music, sexualization and empty meanings (Body Shot, Flashy Man, Lenny Kravitz, Dance Pattern, Dance-a-thon 2005, I Lost Control (of My Rock and Roll)).
    hornytheclownon October 17, 2012   Link
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    My Interpretationit's about a dildo.... that's it.
    francrannon November 15, 2012   Link

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