Caught me with your video lies
It gives you something to lie about
Watch me with your retail eye
It gives you someone to spy on

Stab me with your double blade knife
It gives you something to cry about
Drive me with your chemical high
It gives you something to ride on

I may be an evil girl, with my Colgate smile
And if I am an evil girl, you can put me on trial
I want to kill on video, I want to go real far
Let me kill celebrities, I'll be your next media superstar

Scare me with your little disguise
It gives me someone to hide from
Eating all your roaches and flies
In my mouth like bubble gum

Scar me with your venomous lies
It always helped me remember
Feed you cause them razor blades
Cause nothing lasts forever

I may be an evil girl, with my Colgate smile
And if I am an evil girl, you can put me on trial
I want to kill on video, I want to go real far
Let me kill celebrities and be your next media superstar

(Kill me)
Buy me
Kill me
Fuck me
Buy me
Hurt me
(I'm hurting)
Watch me
You destroy me
(I can't take this shit)

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    I think this song is about the music industry and how it kills the true meaning when artists try to express themselves. They obviously tried to fuck Jessicka up the ass at one point or another....

    Demeter01on October 12, 2002   Link
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    I need this song! The lyrics are so awsome! "Eating all your roaches and flies In my mouth like bubble gum"

    I love it when she goes all dark and morbid with her lyrics.

    B12on September 08, 2005   Link
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    General Comment

    I think this song is simply about the media. People go over the edge to try and exploit celebrities and accuse them of just everything and anything. All this is done just for people to buy the stuff. In doing this they can destroy someone's life and career by exposing something they kept secret. The media then has to find a new victim to watch and tell lies about.

    "I want to kill on video, I want to go real far Let me kill celebrities, I'll be your next media superstar" If she killed on video all the media's eyes would be on her, she would be the media superstar of the moment. Celebrities try to get the media's attention, and scandals catch their attention. It's all about pushing the envelopes and trying to be as shocking as they can.

    thornykinson May 13, 2004   Link
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    This song is just about how the media rules over all these days.

    KillMeFasteron May 18, 2004   Link
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    i got it now, it's pretty grungy...

    B12on April 30, 2006   Link

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