"Jawbreaker" as written by Peter Loeffler and Samuel Loeffler....
Jawbreaker
Jawbreaker
Jawbreaker
You're like a
Jawbreaker
Jawbreaker
Jawbreaker

Hey just to be polite you know
Well I'll ask about yourself if I choose
But we both know
There's a past, bad blood and such
It makes me wanna spit

I caught your evil eye
One ugly inner child

Life felt slow in the past
And yet little by little bits
Creep on up, history,
Took the day at least a part of it

Jawbreaker
Jawbreaker
Jawbreaker
You're like a
Jawbreaker
Jawbreaker
Jawbreaker

I caught your evil eye
One ugly inner child
I felt your evil eye
Like a needle in the side

Are you part of them
Or part of me
You bother them
And you bother me

Are you part of them
Or part of me
'Cause you bother them
And you bother me

Jawbreaker
Jawbreaker
Jawbreaker
You're like a
Jawbreaker
Jawbreaker
Jawbreaker

I caught your evil eye
One ugly inner child
I felt your evil eye
One ugly inner child

I caught your evil eye
One ugly inner child
I felt your evil eye


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"Jawbreaker" as written by Samuel Loeffler Peter Loeffler

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    General CommentCatchy song, but my least favourite off the new album.

    Not sure about the meaning, but it sounds like Pete's talking about someone who's close to him but he hates him. (Are you part of them, or are you part of me? Then he says the jawbreaker stuff). "One ugly inner child" gives me an odd feeling that this might be a kid. o.O just my thoughts!
    humzaaaon April 11, 2014   Link
  • 0
    My InterpretationI agree that the song is about someone close to Pete that he hates, but I think the "ugly inner child" line is explaining that this person acts as a child and can't act like an adult about things. The title "jawbreaker" explains that this person upsets him so much that he grinds his teeth. This person always shoots Pete bad looks: "I caught your evil eye." The bad blood they have between them seems to stem from this person not siding with Pete on something: "Are you part of them, Or part of me," but either way this person is an annoyance to both parties: "Cause you bother them, And you bother me."
    kimdraculaon July 16, 2014   Link
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    General CommentMany other songs on the same topic. Sure it's about gargoyles and zombies, etc, but it is again about brother Joe. The evil eye Pete sees in Hunter eats Hunter is Joe also I believe. "Another family better not divide, i'll beat this jackal down, this interference ends. I'll send it back beyond." Under the Knife also describing the brotherly knife fight.
    adam108634on July 29, 2014   Link
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    General CommentYou'll find "creep" to be a recurring word to describe Joe.
    adam108634on July 29, 2014   Link

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