Gracie, we're makin babies, yea, we're barefoot on the tiles
we make 'em soft and small and tender, it's the biggest hazard of your gender
gotta hold it by yourself
Gracie, hold yourself together, it's bad now but it gets better
we're all here to help
everything is swollen, everything is swell... everybody's watching

they all wanna see it kick

pleasure is your crime, junior is your punishment
happens all the time, everybody rub it in.

It ain't hard to find fault in any thing you do,
we learned to love the hard way, you're gonna learn it too.


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    General CommentThis is the anthem for St. Martin High School. We happen to have the highest pregnancy rate in the state of Mississippi. MISSISSIPPI. So in other words it's a big baby factory down here.
    Anyway, it's rather easy to figure out that being a slut is a bad bad thing. We may give our sympathies, but we know you're not all too special.
    tommehon April 08, 2004   Link
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    General Commentok, where's the last half of the lyrics?
    bamargeroon December 16, 2004   Link
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    General Commentok, where's the last half of the lyrics?
    bamargeroon December 17, 2004   Link
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    General Commentobviously this song is about a teen pregnancy.

    but i think it has more to do with a rape that lead to this pregnancy than just being a slut. Cause after the last chorus he sceams out "rape"

    also, between me and my brother we managed to decipher some of the last few lines, but some still ended up being obscure. I don't know how to edit above, so i'll just put it down here.

    Gracie we're making babies yeah,
    we're barefoot on the tiles
    We're all here, we're all invited somehow we're all involved
    we to see you fuck in there
    we don't want you to feel pressured,
    we don't want you to feel ill
    you in our hearts and especially our prayers.
    afroXcoreon July 11, 2006   Link
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    General CommentYeah and the second time he sings the "chorus" it sounds like:

    It ain't hard to find fault in any thing you do
    We know we're gonna find it you're gonna find it too
    InspectorMustacheon January 04, 2007   Link
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    My OpinionI think a lot of people aren't picking up on the irony.

    Yes, it's about teen pregnancy. But what it's addressing is not so much that as it is how these girls are treated and viewed after the fact. It's about the judgmental mass of people who are so eager to cast stones. This is especially evident in the first two lines of the refrain: "Pleasure is your crime, junior is your punishment. It happens all the time, everybody rub it in"

    marginxxwalkeron September 23, 2009   Link

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