"Bizarre" as written by Jr. Ward, Terry Balsamo, Samuel Mc Candless, Kelly Hayes and Jeremy D. Marshall....
Everyone upset
I want to breathe the fumes
Everyone got blazed
I still love you
No one ever said I don't enjoy the shame
No one ever said I don't enjoy the game

(well I cant control the way I loved her
I cant control the way she breaks)
Nothing ever changes in the Bizarre
Nothing ever changes in the Bizarre

Everyone upset
I want to breathe the fumes
Everyone got blazed
I still love you
No one ever said I wont enjoy the shame
No one ever said I wont enjoy the game

(well I cant control the way I loved her
I cant control the way she breaks)
Nothing ever changes in the Bizarre
Nothing ever changes in the Bizarre

Well I came a world, its falling over
I wanna believe God loved his children
Well I came alone, no one forgives me
Well I said too much, God loved his children

Nothing ever changes in the Bizarre
Nothing ever changes in the Bizarre
Nothing ever changes here
Nothing ever changes here


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"Bizarre [Demo Version]" as written by Kelly Hayes Jeremy D. Marshall

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    General CommentWhere is this song from?? And does anybody know what their new song that Scooter wrote about Kurt Cobain is called?
    disownedon June 10, 2002   Link
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    General CommentI'm pretty sure it's about drugs. This is a demo out-take of 13 Ways (along with "Ghost In Here"). The new song hasn't been properly titled yet. It's known as "Kurt" so far.
    coldinhereon July 08, 2002   Link
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    General CommentI bought the Japanese import of "13 ways" and it's on there....I heard it's an old Grundig song. But it's a cool song, in my humble opinion they should have included it on the album...
    EvanXon August 11, 2002   Link
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    General CommentDitto evanX on the song's excellence and ditto coldinhere on it's meaning.
    Bleeding_Freakon March 16, 2003   Link
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    General CommentBoth Bizzare and Ghost in here are grundig songs.The new song about Kurt Cobain is called "the day seattle died" and it's about another person too,but i'm not sure who.
    As for old songs,I talked to the drummer about it when i saw them in madison and he said they were thinking about bringing them out but it was too much fun to write new songs. Anybody know what the name of the grundig release was in jacksonville? i'm going to take a trip there and i was wondering if i would be able to find a copy at a second chance record store or something.
    thanks.
    Coldinsideon March 29, 2003   Link
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    General CommentI'm not so sure it's about drugs, if you listen carefully to the chorus you'll hear in the background "I can't control the way I loved her, I can't control the way she breaks"

    I think it's about him making a mistake and everyone hating him for it, like being with a girl that no one likes, and people stop liking you because of it
    GhostWishingon May 08, 2003   Link
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    General Commentumm yea i agree with you GHOSTWISHING!! but COLDINSIDE, the "day seattle died" that song is also about layne stanly from alice in chains, just thought youd like to nkow!,

    spread the COLD!
    COLDkicks20on June 12, 2003   Link
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    General Commentstanly? you DUMBFUCKER. its staley. fuckin idiot.
    TransparentSunChildon April 17, 2004   Link
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    General CommentHere is my ideas on what the lines of the song could mean. My opinion is that the song is about love rather than drugs. Here is my dissection:

    Everyone to tell, I want to breathe the fumes,
    -Maybe he is thinking about suicide because he is so depressed.

    Everyone got blessed, I still love you.
    -Maybe the girl he still loves is now in love with someone else.

    No one ever said I don't enjoy the shame,
    -He enjoys making himself feel bad, a sort of punishment for failing to get the girl to like him

    No one ever said I don't enjoy the game.
    -Trying to get a girl to like you might seem like a game... maybe he enjoys that aspect

    Nothing ever changes here in my bizarre
    -Nothing goes right in his life... his life might feel messed up, or bizarre

    I came (to) a world, it's farther ruled out.
    No one believed God loved his children,
    -I am not sure about this part... ideas anyone?

    I'm all alone, no one forgives me
    -Perhaps he wants the girl to at least forgive him, or maybe even the girl's family got angry at him too for some reason.

    I've said too much, God loved his children.
    -Maybe he thinks for a minute that perhaps God still loves him.

    *Also, I think the very last chorus in the song actually should be "Nothing ever changes here"
    pcnateon June 28, 2004   Link

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