Oh!
Oh!
Oh!
Oh!

Debt on my head
Wasting time on my own (Oh, yeah)
Sleep rescue me
Take me back to my home (Lord, take me home)

For the times
That you wanna go and
Bust rhymes (times) real slow

I'll appear
Slap you on the face and
Enjoy the show

Oh!
Oh!
Oh!
Oh!

Cheese smells so good
On a burnt piece of lamb (Say what?)
Fag of the year
Who could beat up your man

For the times
That you wanna go and
Bust rhymes (times) real slow

I'll appear
Slap you on the face and
Enjoy the show

Oh, this dope nose

Oh!
Oh!
Oh!

(Give it back)

(Hang on)

For the times
That you wanna go and
Bust rhymes (times) real slow

I'll appear
Slap you on the face and
Enjoy the show

Oh, this dope nose

Oh!
Oh!
Oh!


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Dope Nose song meanings
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  • +3
    General CommentI don't particularly like this song a ton but it is good. I love the old stuff. But as far as interpretation wise I think 'Milk' really nailed it...

    "OOO I THINK I FIGURED OUT WHAT ITS ABOUT at least the chorus (i think everything else is just random rambling) but the chorus is an insult to all of us former weezer fans who think they went extreme pop in the last two albums-
    by saying "for the times that you want to go and bust rhymes real slow" he is talking about the people at his shows who are trying to get him to play slow, emotional pinkerton songs instead of the other crap
    all he wants to play are his new faster more up-beat songs so when he says "i'll appear, slap you on the face and enjoy the show" he is basically saying shut up i dont want to play that anymore
    thats what i think, because in a rolling stone article he says that it annoys him at the shows that everyone wants to hear the blue album and pinkerton songs, and he is past that




    and by saying this dope nose, he means "this dope knows"..what you really want to listen to--which is a quote from the rolling stone article in which he said,"i hate our fans, they dont know what they want, i do, trust me this dope knows what they want" "


    That makes pure sense to me.
    april_likes_youon July 29, 2002   Link
  • +2
    General Commentand by saying this dope nose, he means "this dope knows"..what you really want to listen to--which is a quote from the rolling stone article in which he said,"i hate our fans, they dont know what they want, i do, trust me this dope knows what they want"
    milkon July 02, 2002   Link
  • +2
    General CommentXox, keep your irrelevant spamming off of the site, please. Or at least PRETEND to say something about "Dope Nose" to justify it.
    AKMooseon July 03, 2002   Link
  • +1
    General Commentwhat's up with weezer?? they keep making good music... hehe.
    sixstringson April 27, 2002   Link
  • +1
    General Commentit's Fag of the year.

    ...I used to think it was "fact of the year"...
    onelinedrawingon May 04, 2002   Link
  • +1
    General CommentIT SAYS IN THE LYRICS BOOKLET FAG!
    Spider6333on May 19, 2002   Link
  • +1
    General CommentJeezus, blah, if you have an opinion, that's great, but there's no need to verbally abuse anyone who likes this song. It just proves your lack of self-control, and vocabulary besieds. By the way, I personally think this is a pretty cool song.
    daz_spazon June 10, 2002   Link
  • +1
    General Commentman... I totally agree with daz_spaz... I love this song but I don't think it makes me a pop lover or a punk wannabe... and if I was.. who cares?? the song rocks and that's that.
    emily_4u2nvon June 12, 2002   Link
  • +1
    General Commentnice song, but its so damn short!
    JS01on June 13, 2002   Link
  • +1
    General CommentAKMoose, if you are a true Weezer fan, you will support them in whatever they're doing. They're not the same band they were back in the Blue Album days...have you SEEN Rivers's beard? If you prefer the old stuff, then, ok, whatever, that's your opinion, but don't go insulting the newer songs, ok?
    daz_spazon July 05, 2002   Link

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