This is the coolest party that I've been to
Shake your hand and kiss your ass
Won't join the other fools
Another night, another life
I can't take this anymore
Another life, another night
Drunk and passed out on the floor
Hey! Punk! In a years time we will see
Hey! Punk! Another rock star wannabe
I smell the arrogance from across the room
Pasty skin and heroin
Our host will be here soon
Another night, another life
I can't take this anymore
Another life, another night
Drunk and passed out on the floor
You're no one, til someone
No one, til somebody hates you
Hey! Chump! How charmed can one life be?
Hey! Chump! You're better off don't fuck with me
It's no coincidence, bitch, I thought you knew
Go back to your rock punk and suffer with your fools
Another night, another life
I can't take this anymore
Another life, another night
Drunk and passed out on the floor
You're no one, til someone
No one, til somebody hates you


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Somebody Hates You Lyrics as written by Jason Slater Eric Dodd

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  • +2
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    awesome song

    Sandman3987on January 04, 2006   Link
  • +2
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    Even without looking at 3eb there's another great way to take this song, the way I prefer because it's a good lesson: if everyone likes you, there's something very, very wrong.

    It's easy to be a poser, to kiss ass, go with everything they say, but doing so makes you lose your identity so you're just a part of some other person/group. When someone hates you, you're unique.

    teddywithfangson January 31, 2006   Link
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    supposedly this song is about stephan jenkins of third eye blind (jason slater is 3eb's ex-bassist). tobey torres has appeared in 3eb's videos for semi-charmed life (green turtleneck, dancing in front of a couch), and jumper (with the bra top on near the end of the video).

    deletemyaccountplzon September 28, 2002   Link
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    that doesn't make any sense. what a retard. why would it be about a sucky bands member? tobey is insane. she's fucking great in other words...it's probably about some guy or girl she met at a party hell, she is bi.

    gueveraliveson February 20, 2003   Link
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    Well, it'd be about 3rd Eye BLind because Jason, who is the main driving force behind SRC, used to be their bassist.

    gandalfeon October 26, 2004   Link
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    Whoever is saying that it's about a member of third eye blind might have some inside info or something because I would have never guessed anything like that but it sort of makes sense. I don't know much about Jason Slater's involvement with teb but if you read the liner notes of their first CD he is listed under the Thank Yous. Oh well last I heard he was suing Tobey. Also who said she was bi? She's married to one of guitarists from this band.

    harry10213on February 22, 2018   Link

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