"Hit The Skids or: How I Learned To Stop Worrying And Love The Rock" as written by and David Scott Lucas Joseph W. Daniels....
say what you want to say to me
i don't know who you know
but that'll change eventually
i wanna know who you know
wanna see what you say and have a field day today
don't need a reason
wanna go where you go
wanna see what you say and have a field day today
i wanna go
i'm all alone
once you've been for a skid
i'm all alone
doing everything you did
no one cares and no one calls
but the party in the bathroom stall
everyone is telling jokes that i don't get at all
i'm all alone
hey, whatcha wanna pay for me?
i'm in love with rock'n'roll
but that'll change eventually
i wanna know who you know
wanna see what you say and have a field day today
don't need a reason
wanna go where you go
wanna see what you say and have a field day today
i wanna go
i'm all alone
once you've been for a skid
i'm all alone
doing everything you did
no one cares and no one calls
but the party in the bathroom stall
no one's gonna call a number written on the wall
i'm all alone
no one cares and no one calls
but the party in the bathroom stall
no one's gonna call a number written on the wall
i'm all alone


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    General CommentThe title to this song is a spoof off of "Dr. Strangelove," or "How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Bomb." It's an old Stanley Kubrick film, but I don't think it has anything to do w/ the meaning of the song; I think it's just a clever title.
    Reginaon December 15, 2004   Link
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    General CommentIt's all about trying to fit in with a new group of people...and sucking at it. I think we've all been there.
    cbake76on January 07, 2007   Link
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    General CommentIts about an outcast trying to fit in saying that he's just like you and we all should be friends because everyone wants to listen to rock n roll, have a good time, and party
    Alien8on December 05, 2011   Link

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