I've got girls, they're in my room
The only thing is my room is not here
It's ten till two, the clock won't move
Detention hall is better with beer

[Chorus]
I can do it all in my room
I can be a rockstar with a bad attitude
I am the king in my room
I can ground my mom and dad if I choose

Shapow!
How do you like me now?
Shazaam!
I don't think you understand
Shaquick!
Hey, I got a ten inch, tv screen
Only in my room

I've got green, it's in my room
The only thing is my room is not here
Pitching tents inside my pants
And there's a pool of drool by my ear

I can take it all in my room
I can be a quarterback and the coolest guy in school
I can get on down in my room
I can go and freak Rebecca Romijn in the nude

[Chorus]


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    hahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahaha...i dont know how i ended up here, but it's funny.

    ramblingfoolon February 08, 2002   Link
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    hmm, ok..I'm distured by the blank spot, LOL! Im tryin to fing the missing word but all of the other lyric sites that I can find only go as far as the part that mentions Rebecca...If anyone knows the missing word I would really appreciate it if you could post it for me, thanx!

    Starfish_182on June 04, 2002   Link
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    The missing word is DRINKIN ALONE I belive. I took the song and slowed it down in cooledit with out changing the pitch and he says that. It is really quick and wierd, but i am almost sure of it being that. TV, munchies, drinkin alone, dvd in my room...... Unless someone finds out else wise.

    edtivaon July 25, 2002   Link
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    this song is funny ;) haha

    EvilTCellon August 29, 2002   Link
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    heh, thanks so much edtiva...i forgot i even asked that and now here i am...8 months later...i think i need memory enhancing drugs...

    _TheChildIsGone_on March 10, 2003   Link

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