"You Fucked Yourself" as written by and Samuel J. Coomes....
You fucked yourself
And you don't know where to go
Split wide open like a sturgeon for the row
Blood was splashed on pure white snow

You fucked yourself
And you're looking for the go
Drown in your sink
Condemned if you float
You placed the blame but missed the boat

You fucked yourself
You chose your fate
You changed your mind
When it's too late
Your self-deceit, your worst mistake


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"You Fucked Yourself" as written by Samuel J. Coomes

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    General CommentWow. Quasi kicks ass.
    Rockin-Robinon February 19, 2005   Link
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    General Commentalways fucking loved this song.

    i think it's "looking for the GOAT" and "drown IF you sink". I guess I could be wrong I haven't listened in awhile.

    Anyway Sam seems pretty bitter about a choice someone has made...
    caulton June 27, 2008   Link
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    General CommentFull corrected lyrics:

    You fucked yourself
    And you don't know where to go
    Split wide open like a sturgeon for the roe
    Blood red splashed on pure white snow

    You fucked yourself
    And you're looking for the goat
    Drown if you sink
    Condemned if you float
    You placed the blame but missed the boat

    You fucked yourself
    You chose your fate
    You changed your mind
    When it's too late
    Self-deceit's your worst mistake

    --
    Roe are fish eggs, like caviar. This is one of my all-time favorite albums; this song is just one of the many reasons why.
    schnitzion December 23, 2008   Link
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    General CommentI'm not sure what the whole song together means exactly, but the part:

    Drown if you sink
    Condemned if you float

    is a reference to the way it was decided if someone was a 'witch' way back when. They'd throw some poor person into a lake or a river and if they floated they were a witch, and thus be condemned to death, and if they sank they were innocent, but they'd generally end up dying anyway. So they're saying again that whatever the person does at this point will end badly anyway.
    limeyfishon January 18, 2009   Link

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