Polished trophy, pretty whore
Leave the house to feel adored
Evil eaves so soft and sweet
So why'd you let them pass you around like meat?

You're not even breast
You're not even steak
You're a Happy Meal
Just lay there on a plate

You're available at any hour
They just drive-through
Take your power-uh-uh-er!
Pow-ow-ow-ower!

You better watch out
I think your meat is starting to turn
Sour!

Groupie, they all lovingly
Fear the things you could achieve
If you thought better of yourself;
But you prefer to fuck up your mental health

You grew up hungry
Hunger pangs for company
You coulda sucked dry all the seas
But nothing seemed to put you at ease

They say

You always sing in a minor key
Only about things that concern me
I'm happy day-to-day
But this hunger - it never goes away

I grew up hungry
Hunger pangs for company
I coulda sucked dry all the seas
But nothing seemed to put me at ease

Like chocolate, sex, cigarettes, and love
No none of these things seem enough
For girls like her,
And guys like me,
Depleted in com-company

Depleted company
Depleted company

No I don't wanna be saved
I'm not askin' for that -
I prefer to be brave
and fill myself up with things
that I know will just fuck with my head
with things that I know will just fuck up my head

Well at least I helped one girl
Crawl out of stranger's beds
And you;
I doubt you ever bothered to see
What's going on in her head

Well it's easy to judge,
And it's easy to say what you said.

No it's easy, so easy
To say
What you said



Lyrics submitted by Ashdapple

Happy Meal song meanings
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    My InterpretationI had posted this on Youtube, but I will post it on here too.

    My personal opinion of this song is that it is about a girl who watched this other girl who is known as the class whore get called all these things by other people, such as "cheap" and stuff, hence, the Happy Meal metaphor. The person singing also is judgmental as well of the girl, but is also confused on why the people who have such a problem about the person only judge and not take the time to learn the situation or to even help the girl out. So, she takes matters in her hands and she helps the girl, despite having her own problems. But despite having her own issues to deal with, she helps the girl and pulls her out of the slump and the girl ends up successful. The singer then tells the people who had judged the girl that it was easy to say such cruel things... but since they didn't take any action to help and just slung hatred and bigotry, she asks who is the real bad guy. The point is, it is easy to say shit, but actually doing something is different. Hence the line, "It's so easy to say what you said..."

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    Ashdappleon June 24, 2014   Link

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