She, walking like a killer,
She, another night another pillow.

Nowhere places, nowhere faces, no one wants to see,
No education, it's the arse of the nation,

She is bad, she is bored, she is bony, she is
She, sh-shaking up the karma,
She, "injecting marijuana",

Nowhere places, nowhere faces, no one wants to see,
No education it's the arse of the nation,

She is bad, she is bored, she is bony, she is

Nowhere faces, nowhere places, no one wants to be,
No stimulation in this privatization,

She is bad, she is bored, she is bony, she is she.

Lyrics submitted by 3ssence, edited by sobot

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    General Comment

    Can't beleive no-one's commented! What a tune!

    I think it's about a girl who sleeps around but has no real substance to her! She just goes through life doing what she does, bored and unfulfilled. The guys she's with don't appreciate her either.

    Possibly she is a prostitute to get drug money?

    sarciness13on October 03, 2008   Link
  • +1
    My Interpretation

    Song is about a girl that can't get satisfaction from relationships and is insatiable. She is bored...clearly about her lust for partying and having fun. She is definitely not good relationship material ;)

    leonspruceon March 25, 2013   Link
  • +1
    Song Meaning

    Its just about a junkie that's lost in the system like everyone else..

    kexpseattleon January 14, 2015   Link
  • 0
    My Interpretation

    i always heard the part transcribed above as 'she, "injecting marijuana",' = 'she, injecting made you wanna' or 'she, injecting made you want her' (the last slurred rhythmically enough so it still fit in the rhyme scheme of the song). it's just that whole 'injecting marijuana' (I've also seen it written like that on other sites; is it the official lyric?) thing is weird and Brett pronounces 'marijuana' in a notably strange + ambiguous way...sort of draws it out.

    delphon March 13, 2011   Link
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    General Comment

    Yes, unusual as it might be, I guess that's the official lyric since it's printed on the cd's booklet... Exactly like this, between "quote marks"...

    Talklikeawomanon September 04, 2011   Link

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