They're always doin' fry
Tryin' to get me high
I felt the pressure but I never did

They always call me dude
Put it in my food
I never wanted to when I was a kid

I've got no septicals
From eating egg rolls
They took my squirt gun and made it a bong

My teacher smelled my clothes
They think I'm one of those
My mom's from Utopia, my dad's Tommy Chong

My sister's name
Is Mary-Jane
And mine's Bud, mine's Bud


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    You really fucked up the lyrics on this one, but Im not the one to justify them. Its a good song too, it makes me laugh. I wish my name was Mary-Jane. Oh yeah, and its just 'My Names Bud' (look at the cd dumbass)

    reaganSUCKSon April 27, 2003   Link
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    that kid forgot to add the whole middle of the song probly casue he cant figure out what they say but you made alot of mistakes here is the correct version of what i could figure out cause i still dont know the middle but i do know more than what you have

    They're always doin fry, tryin to get me high, felt the pressure but i never did. they always called me dude, put it in my food. i had the munchies when i was a kid. DONT.... ? ? i took my squirt gun and made it a bong ? ? ? My sisters name is Mary-Jane and mines Bud Mines Buuuud

    the ? means i could not figure out that part he says it to fast but even tho i am sXe this song still kicks ass i like all nofx songs excpet a nofx theme song that song sucks the only bad nofx song is that

    xXsieferNOFXxon May 04, 2003   Link
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    funny song, you can probably get the proper lyrics at plyrics.com

    nofx_cyanideon July 09, 2005   Link
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    My favorite song on Fuck the Kids.

    punkpirateon January 20, 2006   Link
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    My favorite song on Fuck the Kids.

    punkpirateon January 20, 2006   Link
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    great song they re recorded for the bottles to the ground EP, the bottles to the ground version is much better than the fuck the kids version.

    Halfdigestedon March 01, 2006   Link
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    so what are the correct lyrics? :D

    DustinDon September 27, 2009   Link
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    any resemblance to primus - my name is mud??

    pinkfadeon February 16, 2010   Link
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    My mom's Abby Token my Dad's Tommy Chong My sister's name is Mary Jane...

    Pretty sure about Tommy Chong. I know its my mom's (some pot related name) Put them all together and its a family full of potheads. Song about bad parenting.

    btfbonzoon July 27, 2010   Link

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