"Are you the guys on the beach that hate everything?"

"Is this some sort of hip music that I don't understand?"

I hate the rain and sunny weather
And I, I hate the beach and mountains too
And I don't like a thing about the city, no, no
And I, I, I, hate the country side too

And I hate everything about you
Everything about you

I don't like a thing about your mother
And I, I hate your daddy's guts too
I don't like a thing about your sister, no, no
'Cause I, I, I, think sex is overrated too

And I get sick when I'm around
I can't stand to be around
I hate everything about you
Everything about you, everything about you
Everything about you

Some say I got a bad attitude
But that don't change the way I feel about you
If you think all this might be bringing me down
Look again cause I ain't wearin' no frown

I don't really care about your sister
Forget the little bitch 'cause I already kissed her
One thing that I did to your lady
Put her on the bed and she didn't say maybe
I know you know everybody knows
The way it comes, the way it gonna go
You think it's sad well that's too bad
'Cause I'm havin' a ball and never cared a thing about
You

Everything about you, everything about you
I get sick when I'm around
I can't stand to be around
I hate everything about you


Lyrics submitted by Boonechic_21

Everything About You Lyrics as written by Klaus Eichstadt, Whitfield Crane

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    Its pretty cool nowadays to think ugly kid joe are sad but i dont care this is a decent song! Is the dialog at the begining that goes "Are you the guys on the beach who hate everything ? Is this some sort of hip music that I don't understand?" from a film or cartoon or something? or is is just them putting on a funny voice

    rivieraon October 10, 2004   Link
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    i love dis song !! its just so kool n funny!! n i love ugly kid joe ther awsum dudes!!! rock on 4 life !! \m/ \m/ lv sasha

    traphic_maniacon January 03, 2005   Link
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    The voice at the begining is "Pat" from Saturday Night Live...s/he is in the video too

    hellfirecanon January 12, 2005   Link
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    haha, i love this song. it's sooooo addictive. Just the way he sings is just so... cool.

    SpineofaJellyFishon March 27, 2005   Link
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    It\'s about some guy, who hates someone

    Molon_ukon April 22, 2005   Link
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    riviera, apparantly this song is featured on the original Waynes World movie, so I'm guessing your idea of the dialog is correct

    Darnocon September 05, 2005   Link
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    It was included in Wayne's World (in the background of the diner scene) however this dialogue never occured. I'd assume hellfirecan is correct with his statement

    jaradthescoton April 21, 2007   Link
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    less comments than i expected - i don think its an underdstatement to say this is an old classic

    cartlidgeon October 26, 2007   Link
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    Yeah this song is timeless. Youthful, rebelious lyrics that I'm sure any teenage or 20-something can relate too. Not to mention the fact that it's one of the most catchy songs I've ever heard.

    The voice at the beginning is Pat from old Saturday Night Live skits, he/she had her own movie too. Pat was really a chick though, Julia Sweeney.

    Muzzyon November 08, 2007   Link
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    I like this song but judging by the comments I'm not sure many people understand it. It's a parody of teenage rebellion. This guy hates everything, you name it and he hates it. It's not meant to be taken seriously at all, it's just a fun catchy song.

    Londonboy82on December 25, 2007   Link

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