Mediocrity's got me so opportunities have been slow.
Sentiment has got me feeling low.
My left back speaker's blown.
Left the radio on.

Who left the door unlocked?
Now my hit's stolen.
Where's all your passion gone?
Where's all your fashion gone?

Where's all your magic gone?
Now you feel famous?
Encyclopedias sold through the media.
Fashion is feeding us identification.

Consequential because she doesn't but he does.
Metric systemic buzz is making me anxious.
Applaud the effort you display,
As long as it don't sound the same.

It's second rate you know.
Average if not below.
Sentiment has got me feeling le-le-le-le-le-low!
I just shouldn't even say... but it all sounds the same.

Mediocrity cold killed your act.

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Le Low Lyrics as written by Dustin Patrick Hawthorne Dante Nicholas Decaro

Lyrics © Wixen Music Publishing

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    woohoo! this song rocks! i

    speraticalon July 02, 2002   Link
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    i always feel the need to sing this song aloud its great

    PLANESon July 21, 2002   Link
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    the video for this song is hilarious. steve jumps up onto the amp and looks like he's doing a chicken dance...but this song still rocks...i can't sit still when it's on.

    imperfect_offeringon August 06, 2002   Link
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    This song is so grand. I love hot hot heat because they have such a unique sound, and they dont sound like everyother mainstream band out there. I always blast this song and sing along. Its just so great.

    XConsiderateKillXon August 24, 2002   Link
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    this song is lovely. it makes me happy :)

    hollyhox524on August 29, 2002   Link
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    woot woot! "pull over that ass too fat!" woot woot!

    meAmoreon August 31, 2002   Link
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    Hot Hot Heat makes me want to dance.

    Came_as_a_raton October 10, 2002   Link
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    First time i heard it...I didn't like it. Second time...thought it was weird. Third time...realized what the words meant. Fourth Time...Loved it. Everything afterwards...Still loving it.

    His voice is so incredibly weird. I had a hard time getting used to it. But I suppose it is as different as the White Stripes.

    sexoconvacaon October 11, 2002   Link
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    mm. odd, yet wonderful. I like the singer's voice.

    Xweezerkidon October 13, 2002   Link
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    hot hot heat is so disco. it makes you want to move like you have never moved before. thats right. shake dem hips!

    xheartsnchevyson March 03, 2003   Link

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