All we need, a little methanphetamens
Three on speed, a little subversation
What we do? is nothing you know about
Who you are? defintly not one of us
All we need, a little pick me upI don't really care is its claen or if its cut
So give it to me some now or you're gonna bring us down yeah
hey give me some skin, YEAH
Who are them?
They don't know shit about us
Different strokes, because we want to live our lives faster
Live fast, die fun
All we need is a little pick me up
i don't really care is its claen or if its cut
So give it to me some now or you're gonna bring us down
YEAH!hey!wahoo!hot damn!

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    ummm i don't think these are the lyrics at all

    jdthewondermutton July 26, 2002   Link
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    yeah i dont think so either.

    rimzilwaveon August 03, 2002   Link
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    i like this song.........!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    Tenacious Joeon August 03, 2002   Link
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    these arent the lyrics..werido

    xxemoxdorkxxon October 14, 2002   Link
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    yep those lyrics are spot on, you cunts are on crack cool song, live fast, die fun

    ozziundrgrndon January 19, 2009   Link

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