I.
I look but never touch
She says I drink too much
I only care about myself, sex, and the couch
You.
You light up my whole day
Whenever you're away.
I'd love to say I've got you figured out. No way

If I get my hands on you, I would make you do all the things I want you to
And bend your will to mine, never hear you whine
Everybody break out, it's enough to shout, it's enough to shout, it's enough, yeah it's enough

[Chorus:]
She's callin', we're brawlin'
This is the hell that is my life
I'm laughing, she's crying
This is the hell that is my, hell that is my life

I.
I feel the world revolves around me
I take my one way street.
I only have one serious bone in my body
You.
You say you're not amused
You love to hate me too
You claim you wish you never got my name tattooed

Now you got your hands on me
And you can make me be, what you want me to be
And slash away my will, still you're my only thrill
Everybody break out, it's enough to shout,
It's enough to shout, it's enough, yeah it's enough

[Chorus:]

You.
You say you're not amused
You love to hate me too
And now you tell your friends we're through, and never screwed

I can take you so much more
And you've got so much more in store
So when you say your mom don't like me, I say that your mom's a whore
Then you call me selfish pig and something small turns into something big
The more you shovel the more I dig.
The more you shovel and the more I dig

She calls, we talk, I scream, she cries
This is the hell that is my life
She calls, we talk, I laugh, she tries
This is the hell that is my.

[Chorus:]


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    good song

    coolstuff25on April 17, 2003   Link
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    i downloaded this song to an anime music video for my ex (i dont like anime...however, i love rock music), so thanks to me we both got to hear this song

    i guess hed say it summed us up pretty well, with me being a paranoid gf who nagged. i can appreciate the great tune, but to me the lyrics is about how often in relationships men tend to sit back and they dont fulfill womens emotional needs. its that whole men are from mars, women are from venus thing, how the sexes dont understand each other, and how frustrating it is. it isnt hell, most relationships are liek that...i think its kind of a childish view of an adult situation, where u want everything to go right, otherwise u see it as "something wrong with my partner, maybe another one would be better", and relationships arent all pink fluffy clouds. in the song, the guy does things (almost boasts about them) that he knows piss his gf off, and she gets pissed off. but they dont sort them out, they just carry on the way they are, annoying each other.

    hideous1984on December 21, 2004   Link
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    my favourite Zebrahead song!!

    larissawillemson February 10, 2007   Link

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