"Platypus (I Hate You)" as written by Billie Joe Armstrong, Frank E. Wright and Michael Pritchard....
You're rise and fall
Back up against the wall
What goes around is coming back and haunting you
It's time to quit
'Cause you ain't worth the shit
Under my shoes or the piss on the ground

No one loves you and you know it
Don't pretend that you enjoy it or you don't care
'Cause now I wouldn't lie or tell you all the things you want to hear

'Cause I hate you, 'cause I hate you, 'cause I hate you, 'cause I hate you
I heard your sick
Sucked on that cancer stick
A throbbing tumor and a radiation high
Shit out of luck
And now your time is up
It brings me pleasure just to know your going to die

No one loves you and you know it
Don't pretend that you enjoy it or you don't care
'Cause now I wouldn't lie or tell you all the things you want to hear
'Cause I hate you, 'cause I hate you, 'cause I hate you, 'cause I hate you
Dickhead, fuck face, cock smoking,
Mother fucking, asshole, dirty twat
Waste of semen, I hope you die hey

Red eye, code blue
I'd like to strangle you
And watch your eyes bulge right out of your skull
When you go down
Head first into the ground
I'll stand above you just to piss on your grave

No one loves you and you know it
Don't pretend that you enjoy it or you don't care
'Cause now I wouldn't lie or tell you all the things you want to hear
'Cause I hate you, 'cause I hate you, 'cause I hate you, 'cause I hate you


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"Platypus (I Hate You)" as written by Frank E. Billie Joe Armstrong

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    General CommentBillie Joe Armstrong named it platypus because he said he has always wanted to name a song platypus.


    I saw an interview with him in it and he said he just felt like it, no reason
    Someguy416on August 10, 2010   Link

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