"Who you fucking now?"
I use my slit wrist
To sign my name with
And when you can't compete with the Joneses
Gun 'em all down
(even the father).
You filthy whore.
Shut up and swallow my pride for me.
Move closer or drive farther.
Suck on the end of this dick that cums lead,
But first I'm coming after you all.

It's ladies night at the bar
But she smokes a man's cigar.
I guess she's dying.
Oh well.
I don't give a fuck about your dignity.
That's the bastard in me.

I know a girl
Who sells herself around
And I'm sure one day
She'll sign autographs in your town.

Looking back into my diary
What makes me say those things?
What causes my laughter at another's disease?
It's the bastard in me.

You live in shit
And you will eat your own way out.
I am too fly and shy
Like no other guy.

Too fly and shy just for you.

I'll mark you all.


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    I think it means : put your mouth on my gun so can shoot you.....

    Squirleyon April 19, 2002   Link
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    Daryl says: "...It's about a situation here at home where I myself, and a few of my friends watched women that were important in our lives give us the attention that we deserved. We watched these whores fuck our friends, more specifically a close friend of mine who was in a relationship with someone who would just string him along and lead him on. Just totally ridiculous and in an unsavory fashion. She would string him along and wouldn't be with him but would have sex with all his friends. It's typical high school teen melodrama that makes me absolutely fuckin' nauseous."

    You hear that scream he does at 1:08 in the song? I've never heard anything more honest in my life.

    deaffromsilenceon April 18, 2011   Link
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    The best line on teh album: Suck on the end of my dick that cums lead.......

    Squirleyon April 19, 2002   Link
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    i love the way hes so fuckin angry in this song

    thickbrown2002on May 07, 2002   Link
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    This song means so much more, aside from just being angry. Sometimes you have to stand up and realize, it wasn't your fault. Daryl is so mad at whatever girl this song is about, whatever she did made him soo angry that he said "YOU LIVE IN SHIT"... Brutal honest truth, as with all GlassJAw songs, this one tells it like it is.

    glassjaw2on May 15, 2002   Link
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    Damn good song. Shows how he feels towards the girl that screwed him over but also shows that he doesn't understand why he gets so angry. "Looking back into my diary, what makes me say these things?" I love how this song switches from angry chaotic music to reflective melodic music in a heartbeat. Something only GlassJAw cam pull off.

    EmoNJEon May 24, 2002   Link
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    Daryl says: "...It's about a situation here at home where I myself, and a few of my friends watched women that were important in our lives give us the attention that we deserved. We watched these whores fuck our friends, more specifically a close friend of mine who was in a relationship with someone who would just string him along and lead him on. Just totally ridiculous and in an unsavory fashion. She would string him along and wouldn't be with him but would have sex with all his friends. It's typical high school teen melodrama that makes me absolutely fuckin' nauseous."

    Squirleyon June 02, 2002   Link
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    my favorite line on this song is where he says You live in shit. And you will eat your own way out. it's so truthful and brutal i love it

    punker_9000on June 12, 2002   Link
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    god this song is my favorite off EYEWTKAS, i love how its just hits you like a brick the first 30 seconds and then it turns into a beautiful song, only to be thrown back into anger again, damn this song is so awesome, it scared me the first time i heard it, daryl has such an awesome voice and even better lyrics...GlassJAw rulz

    GrinninVillain6on June 30, 2002   Link
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    Originally the song was called "Snakebites and Razorblades"

    sommyon July 13, 2002   Link

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