"Rickets" as written by Chino Camilo Moreno, Chi Cheng, Stephen Carpenter and Abe Cunningham....
It's so simple to look at every little thing I do wrong
It's so simple to overlook every little thing I do right, right?

I think too much I feed too much
I'm gone too much, I skate too much

I snore too much I'm blowin' too much
I ate too much I'm way too much too stuck up

You're probably right
This time, but I don't want to listen
You're probably right
This time, but I don't even care

I dream too much I think too much
I step too much, those things too much
I am too much, I'm pissed too much
I need too much, I'm not one to trust

You're probably right
This time, but I don't want to listen
You're probably right
This time, but I don't even care
And if it was mine to say
I wouldn't say it
And if it was mine to say
I wouldn't speak

I'm blowin' too much I think too much
I eat too much my face too much

I feed too much, I piss too much
I sleep too much, I snap too often

You're probably right
This time, but I don't want to listen
You're probably right
This time, but I don't even care

And if it was mine to say
I wouldn't say it
And if it was mine to say
I wouldn't speak


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"Rickets" as written by Chi Cheng Abe Cunningham

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  • +1
    General CommentThis is awesome cause when someone is pointing out your faults they might be right, but they ignore thier own.
    drshockon July 28, 2005   Link
  • +1
    General CommentI love the energy in this song. when those guitars come in at the first "I think too much" I just get this tingly feeling. so ppl are always pointing out your faults and criticizing you but you know what? you already Know all that bullshit. you're your own worse critic right. you Know all your faults. dont need some bastard rubbing them in your face everyday "you're probly right but this time I dont wanna listen".
    mordsithon March 20, 2009   Link
  • 0
    General CommentThese are the real lyrics! Ignore the other two and just concentrate on this one.
    toolapcon January 18, 2002   Link
  • 0
    General Commentgood lyrics great soing the intrumental party of the song is the best the lyric i dont understand too much. just things going by to fast kinda like the song it self.
    moshprofessionalon April 14, 2002   Link
  • 0
    General CommentIt's about how people tend to concentrate on the bad things that you do rather than all the good things. I love the line "And if it was mine to say i wouldn't say it. And if it was mine to say i wouldn't speak"
    Harry Manbackon June 05, 2002   Link
  • 0
    General CommentGREAT deftones song
    ..enjoi..on July 07, 2003   Link
  • 0
    General CommentAlso, the 'too much' bit it's like everyone does something too much. Media is always telling us how we eat too much, or drink alcohol too much or swear too much or whatever. Chino's taking the piss and say "Oh I do everything too much! You're probably right, but I don't really care."
    Harry_Manbackon October 20, 2004   Link
  • 0
    General Commenthey!! how do you get coloured font? oh, do tell....
    myusernameisthison February 15, 2005   Link
  • 0
    General Commentits about how people will constantly point out the fualt and the degrading parts of your life. they dont shut and wont stop and eventually you just end up feeling like this, anger and rage etc becuase you really dont care. you think "ok your probably right but shut up becuase I dont give a fuck, I dont wanna listen anymore."
    dying_insideon December 29, 2005   Link
  • 0
    General Commenta really pissed off song, i love it. I know the feeling- you try to do good stuff but people still end up looking at the negative side of your actions
    just a dayon September 08, 2006   Link

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