You only get one taste
And for this gift we are graced.
You only get one taste
And for this gift
Wait.

Now let me go
So I can brag about the gifts that he stole.
(Thank you) For all the lonely nights.
I will carry this with me where I go.

Bad taste in my mouth.
You would think I'm a whore.
Bad taste in my mouth.
You would think I'm you.

You only get on taste
And for this gift we are graced.
You only get one taste
And for this gift

She's likely to go,
Or so she'll say.
We sleep as we do to keep our nights days away.
Love,

Or so she'll say.
Immature love.
You breed immature lust.

So died the virgin.
I have told you before,
You we're nothing special to him
(And that's just another thing that's nothing new for you).

You'll be born.
You before.

Embody me
With you body.
I've never seen it.
I have never.

Embody me
With your body.
I've never seen it.
Are you happy?


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    Hey now.. i cant beleive no one has posted about this song... It is great daryl just captures wut i go through w/ chicks that i go to school with, for that reason daryl is the man! and the fact that he is a lyrical genius in all of his works... Wow im am so amped for the new cd ahhhh! i cant take.......................

    sirkingon April 14, 2002   Link
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    i love all of glassjaws shit man. daryl fuckin rocks. i love the way he writes

    thickbrown2002on May 07, 2002   Link
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    this song is very good....

    chulavistaon May 16, 2002   Link
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    Yet another great song by GlassJAw. I can relate because I hate the fact that a certain girl can't get over an asshole of a guy for the fact that he devirginized her and she can't see that she means nothing to him.

    Immature Love You breed immature lust

    So died the virgin I have told you before You were nothing special to him But thats nothing new for, nothing new for you!

    Daryl's a genius.

    EmoNJEon May 24, 2002   Link
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    <3...thats all that needs to be said

    Simplisticdreamson May 26, 2002   Link
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    I can relate to this song, especially the line:

    You we're nothing special to him. And that's nothing new for, nothing new for you.

    When she finally meets a guy thats not an asshole she's still cant get over the dick that cheated on her and dumped her for no reason..same thing happened with her first fuck too... I fuckin hate indecisive high school bitches...

    EcstasyInAgonyon June 06, 2002   Link
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    Immature Love You breed immature lust

    So died the virgin I have told you before You were nothing special to him But thats nothing new for, nothing new for you!

    daryl is a genius! i can relate to this song a LOT becuz my friend is exactly like that and she cant realize that her ex-boyfriend was a dick and treated her like shit, and she just wont move on, for this song ALL HAIL DARYL PALUMBO

    GrinninVillain6on June 30, 2002   Link
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    I LOVE THIS SONG!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! :D

    evilbitch_soadchickon July 09, 2002   Link
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    right on man girls in highschool are lil whores.... anyway the line that ecstasy said your nothing special to him i can deff relate to. i also love "Bad taste in my mouth, You may think im a whore" Genius pure genius!

    sirkingon July 10, 2002   Link
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    daryl is awesome. i love this song.

    roxy4109on July 21, 2002   Link

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