Debbie was a lesbian yesterday
Woe, oh, oh, ay, ay
Fighting all the way her mother’s hair to gray
And the clock strikes S-E-X with the girlfriend next
We can watch from our window like a sick insect
I get chills through my spine when I see her in over time

Debbie went to Broadway yesterday
Woe, oh, oh, ay, ay
Twisting every boy toys neck all day
Like a pinprick right through the heart they have no chance
Like a freak and a robber wanting cheap romance
He wore black round the eyes just to scare all the normal guys

Debbie’s changing faces everyday until she noticed me
With an infectious kiss of jealousy
She’s making eyes at me

Debbie was a lesbian yesterday
Woe, oh, oh, ay, ay
Changing with the times this phase won’t stay
And the clock strikes Y-E-S with complete distress
Though we’d love to leave now but she’s my sick princess
I can tell she’s the one
I never thought depression so much fun

Debbie’s changing faces everyday until she noticed me
With an infectious kiss of jealousy
She’s making eyes at me

Debbie was a lesbian yesterday
Woe, oh, oh, ay, ay
Fighting all the way her mother’s hair to gray
And the clock strikes S-E-X with the girlfriend next
We can watch from our window like a sick insect
I get chills through my spine when I see her in over time

Debbie’s changing faces everyday until she noticed me
With an infectious kiss of jealousy
She’s making eyes at me
Debbie’s changing faces everyday until she noticed me
With an infectious kiss of jealousy
She’s making eyes at me


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    General Commentthis is a fucked up song but i like it. ha ha
    MixedUpMaggoton May 21, 2002   Link
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    General CommentThis is the best song by Sugarcult!!
    Snowflake11on May 26, 2002   Link
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    General CommentSugarcult is great in concert... Maybe Debbie WAS a lesbian yesterday... Someone told me that when the lead singer of sugarcult there was a sugarcult living across the street (a group of lezzzbos) and there was one named Debbie or something.. i can't remember.. useless story. =) anyway, EVERYONE check up sugarcult!
    dashboard kidon June 01, 2002   Link
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    General CommentThis is such a great song.

    This song is about not just lesbians, but a girl lost in her thoughts. She can't decide what she wants to be in her life. That's why she goes from lesbian to broadway star to his 'sick princess'. That's why there's the verse in there saying 'Debbie's changing faces everyday'.
    Sugarcult_Mobileon June 05, 2002   Link
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    General Commentit's about not being sure who you are, and by constantly changing yourself because of that.
    *blaire*on June 08, 2002   Link
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    General CommentYeah, saw this song played from the front row in their concert. It's an awesome song about how this chick doesnt know who she is, and does what she thinks is 'in'.
    saneon June 19, 2002   Link
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    General Commenti hope they play this song when i see em cuz i love it =)...it reminds me off a friend i use to have...changing....oh well..live and learn and then you''ll be yourself =)
    RubberDuckieYAYon June 19, 2002   Link
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    General Commentdude this song is just a reason i love sguarcult.. so good with words... this is an awesome song.
    RuStY PuNkon July 01, 2002   Link
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    General CommentYess this is such a great song!!!! Wow Sugarcult kicks so much ass, I saw them in concert back in May and they sang this, I love it. I love the whoa-oh-oh noise, I dunno, I just think it sounds cool. But yeah if you don't know this song, check it out.
    PoserChick57on August 16, 2002   Link
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    General CommentTHIS IS an awesome song! i love it! its kinda fucked up but.... i really like the tune its verry catchy! i love sittin here playin it and singing along! haha especially the part that goes "Woe, oh, oh, ay, ay" its awesome! sugarcult kicks ass live! check em out!
    SUGARCULTERon August 26, 2002   Link

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