Silent again - when spoken their is friction and conflict why do we rub each other wrong maybe we've known each other too well for too long you and i have heard each other speech before are these words that i said - the same words that you heard we can only agree to disagree in disharmony is it too much likeness or indifference well the answers in the question isn't it the deepest cut of all comes from a trusted friend but i'm sick of it all i can't listen i wish that all of it would end you cut me off - i cut you down serrated words let's stop repeating the lesson. We've been through thick n' thin i consider you a friend though it's hard for me show everytime you hear this song you'll know it's not just the business we know much more exist let's end the bad notes and the dis'chords we'll tune our attitude and realize a personal reward


Lyrics submitted by black_cow_of_death, edited by Tricky1979

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    General CommentGreat song about friendships breaking down.
    Hindsight
    hindsighton June 27, 2003   Link
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    General CommentI think you're partially right. Look at it more if say, you and a guitar player in your band had rough times. Sometimes you act like friends, and then other times you're only together because it "seems like a business." I think it that is true of course, then Joey thinks it would be funny to compare relationships in a bad to music it self, Dis'Chords, end the bad notes, tune our attitudes.
    TonyBar3on November 24, 2004   Link
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    General CommentAwesome song.

    Minor correction:

    It's "Serrated words" not "Jerrated"

    lol. I was like "wtf is Jerrated?" then went to Lagwagon's site to get lyrics, and sure enough, it was serrated.
    RavenSanon July 30, 2007   Link
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    General CommentFinally changed out that jerrated lyric... dafuq does jerrated mean?
    Tricky1979on September 03, 2013   Link

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