You're so pretty when you lie
Lovesongs always make me cry
I don't think you have a choice
There's no truth left in your voice
Remember when we used to laugh
Just try to forget all that
Wear my heart upon your lips
I hope it tastes just like shit!

Just call me
Miss ann thrope
Just call me
Miss ann thrope

You're so pretty when you die
Lovesongs always make me cry
I don't think you realize
There's no blue left in your eyes
Remember when we used to sing
Just try to forget those things
Fill your hole inside with dirt
I hope that it fucking hurts!

Just call me
Miss ann thrope
Just call me
Miss ann thrope
Just call me
Miss ann thrope
Just call me
Miss ann thrope

You have left a trail of deceit
Assault and flattery
Blasting through my wounds
Imprisoned me
In god and poetry
A ritual to mend my
Angry heart
A breeding ground for your untruth
If god created man in his
Own image
Then fuck you...

Ashes to ashes
Dust to dust
My hate for you
Defines my lust
Bridges to bridges
You're nothing to me
Welcome world
Miss ann thrope

Ashes to ashes
Dust to dust
My hate for you
Defines my lust
Bridges to bridges
You're nothing to me
Welcome world
Miss ann thrope

Fuck
Cunt
Miss ann thrope
Cunt
Fuck
Miss ann thrope
Miss
Ann
Thrope


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Miss Ann Thrope Lyrics as written by Meghan Mattox Lisa Leveridge

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Miss Ann Thrope (with Jessicka Fodera) song meanings
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    FUCK. i'm a dumbass. can't even spell. it's 'WEAR my heart upon your lips' not 'WHERE my heart upons your lips'. sorry?

    covet____on June 06, 2002   Link
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    i love this song. Jessicka Fodera & Tairrie B. kick ass!

    misanthropyon July 18, 2002   Link
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    This is song is great , I think this song is about an asshole who hurt her after making her so happy(remember when we used to lough/sing, just try to forget all that) and I can really relate to this song. I love you Tairrie!!!!

    Graciaon July 22, 2002   Link
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    this song rocks so much! there's Tairrie B, who's pretty much my hero, and Jessicka Fodera, who also kicks a lot of ass, and..... YAY! happiness overload and i'm not even mentioning the fact that the song itself is also awesome.

    littlegloomyon August 06, 2002   Link
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    Is just me or do Tarrie n Jess sound really good together? :p

    Sycophanton August 15, 2002   Link
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    this one's still my favorite.

    *shit angel*on March 18, 2003   Link
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    MY HATE FOR YOU DEFINES MY LUST

    i love this line so much

    Asphyxiaon June 19, 2003   Link
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    I think that it is personfining (sp?) Misanthrope, which means "Someone who dislikes people in general" They are giving her a name "Miss Ann Thrope" which funnily enough.. is spelt almost the same as Misanthrope ;) Tarrie B is hot.

    bogan_gurlon June 21, 2004   Link
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    hey, bogangirl is right. Misanthrope means hate for people, i think the songs about Tairrie B being totally ripped by someone she trusted n being cheated on- "Theres no truth left in your voice"- n shes been driven to hate or be careful of who she trusts now. i love tairrie b, i met her on tour and shes the most amazing woman iv ever known. shes beautiful in her inner and outer self.

    TheHorrorOfBeautyon December 14, 2004   Link
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    Nice song there with Jessicka

    ~*whisper*~on May 24, 2006   Link

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