"Bottom Of The Floor" as written by George Edward Iii Pendergast, John Robert Richards, Rodney Browning-cravens, Scott Preston Alexander and Jim B Wood....
You're not the one to live for
You're not the one to die for
And you think you know what life's about
But when the bottom of the floor starts falling out
It's falling out

Last night at the party, you let it out
You never seem happy, it wears me out
At something so stupid, you wear the crown
And there will always be this thing you just can't live without
So pull your head out

Later at the party I was passing out
You're something so filthy, it eats me out
At needs never ending, you wear the crown
And there will always be this thing you just can't live without
So pull your head out


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"Bottom of the Floor" as written by John Robert Richards George Edward Iii Pendergast

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    General CommentThis song is about one of JR Richards' (lead singer) apparently bitchy ex girlfriends. Its pretty obvious if you read the lyrics. I mean, come on: "Your something so stupid, you wear the crown". Ouch JR.
    sylves0324on September 05, 2005   Link

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