"What Ever" as written by Ronald Frost and Jill Scott....
I have my opinions and I try to stick to them, call me childish if you want
But I guess the concept of that depends on who sets the norm
And if submitting to the expectations of our surrounding means growing up
I'll try wholeheartedly to refuse and I hope you're wrong, you say I'm acting like a kid and one day I'll grow out of it
There's clearly a difference on what we define as significant matters
But isn't it funny how everything that's important to me is trivial to you?
And it's hard not to notice when you express yourself so explicitly with harsh words and pleasantries to ridicule me
(Harsh words)
Harsh words
(Harsh words)
So many harsh words

I have my opinions and I try to stick to them, call me childish if you want
But I guess the concept of that depends on who sets the norm
And if submitting to the expectations of our surrounding means growing up
I'll try wholeheartedly to refuse and I hope you're wrong, you say I'm acting like a kid and one day I'll grow out of it

You can say whatever you might have to say 'bout me
But that doesn't mean that I have got to give a shit






Lyrics submitted by black_cow_of_death

"What Ever" as written by Salvatore P. Erna Anthony Paul Rombola

Lyrics © Universal Music Publishing Group

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    General CommentWhy hasnt anyone wrote of commment about this song. It is soo fuckin awesome, Though i dont like too many of SS songs, Armless skater is pro But this song kicks balls
    UnkoPunkon March 30, 2003   Link
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    General CommentThis song is so solid and so awesome!! Not a HUGE Satanic Surfers fan, but this song and most of the songs from "Hero of Our Time" are fantastic.
    NoPrideon June 29, 2012   Link

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