"As Seen On TV" as written by Jon S. Clayden, Mark Clayden, Jim Davies and Jello Biafra....
Another group of monster teenagers shot up their school today. What makes them do it? Video games? Marilyn Manson? Oh it can't be the parents, or the fact that schools sucks, or that
The jocks do get patted on the head every time they beat up the weirdo's and the jobs you get once you graduate are stupid, boring, meaningless, and a dead end to insanity.
I can't deny it's killing me, no one loses on TV. On TV.
When Sport Utiliy Vehicles are no longer enough...you need the TERMINATOR. Stuck in traffic in Lost Angeles? Drive over the tops of everybody else. You'll crush 'em before the
Cops can catch up with you. Your precious artifact shild needs to be safe, they're talking to a kid who's skin is a different colur? Grab the kid and mow 'em down!
Each new hot generation has a statemen they want to call their own. Tattoos? Piercings? that's for Moms and Dads. What you want do is spend your allowance on Devil horn implats,
Elephand Man head, designer tails, third leg, fourth leg -- everyone a hermaphrodite! And on a lighter note...

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"As Seen On TV" as written by Jim Davies Jello Biafra

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    General Commentthis is like the most truelife fuck you song ive ever heard in my life...its so true and it should be the anthem for all kids who are sick of the shit in our world today...LONG LIVE PITCHSHIFTER!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
    sic n twistedon April 27, 2002   Link
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    General Commentthis is jello biafra aswell am I right?
    quality song, although they've lost their way a wit with the new album
    Lets_kill_musicon July 18, 2002   Link
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    General Commentis the lead singer for pitchshifter Jello Biafra?
    oldskoolpunker23on December 06, 2004   Link

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