If I was your tv I'd be like "Look at me"
If I was a shooting star I'd be like "Peace!"
If I was a fat bitches thong I'd be like "Hell naw!'
If I was a hotties thong I'd be like "Aw..."
If I was a cuss word I'd just be like "fuck"
If I was a rock on the moon I'd be chillin' like "Sup?"
If I was a butthole I'd just be an exit
If I was the D.O.C. I'd be like "man this is bullshit"
If I was the tires on your car I'd be like "NEEEAAAWWW"
If I was the bumper on your car I'd be like "Aww fuck"
If I was a balloon I'd be like "pap"
If I was Allysa Milano I'd be fucking Joe Bruce
If I was a radio DJ I'd probably say "the point 103"
If I was a richy ass bitch I'd be like "umm...ok"
If I was Spin magazine I'd put me on the cover and be like "fuck us! And
I won't read this, even us motherfucker!"
If I was your mental stress I'd be catching up
If I was your headaches every now and then I'd be like "THONNNKK!!"
If I was your tongue I'd be hating your teeth I'd be like "Man why do
you try to bite me every time we try to eat?"
If I was a chair I'd be like "Sit here"
If I was Kid Rock I'd cut my feathered wolf hair
If I was your muffler I'd be like "Shhh, quietly"
If I was a price tag I'd be like "You ain't buying me"
If I was a fresh ass DJ I'd be like [records scratch]
If I was Jam Master J I'd be like [records scratch]
If I was a cheap clock radio I'd be like [static]
"Tune that motherfucker in"
If I was Barry White I'd be like "What up y'all?"
If I was nipple in the cold I'd be like "Boing"
If I was your dead uncle I'd be like "....."
If I was a raindrop I'd just be like "drip"
And If I had an ax to your neck I might say "CHOP!"

If I was, if I was, but I'll never be
If I was, if I was, but I'll never be
If I was, if I was, but I'll never be
If I was, if I was, but I'll never be
If I was, if I was, but you're killing me
If I was, if I was. but you're killing me

If I was a Faygo at one of our shows, I'd fly through the air into and
ocean of juggalos
If I was Andre The Giant "This is how I'd be talking"
If I was Father MC I'd be like "Now what happened?"
If I was a mirror, I'd find another mirror
and look each other dead in the eye, crystal clear
If I was a slider I'd slide out your butt
I'd be floatin' in your toilet lookin' at you like "What?"
If I was a pilot I'd be like "This is air traffic control"
If I was John Denver I'd be like "Nooooooo!!!!"
If I was a switch I'd be like "Flick me, yoo-hoo"
If I was a London cop car I'd be like "Wee-oop wee-oop"
If I was Chewbacca I'd get a fresh ass fade
If I was Vanilla Ice I'd be like "Fuck y'all. I'm still paid"
If I was a stop sign I'd just be like "Stop"
If I was your wooden leg I'd still be giving you the hip-hop

If I was, if I was, but I'll never be
If I was, if I was, but I'll never be
If I was, if I was, but I'll never be
If I was, if I was, but I'll never be
If I was, if I was, but you're killing me
If I was, if I was. but you're killing me


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    This song is really cool, because it makes me think on..."What if...". After I listened to this song, I sat down for like 2 hours just thinking on "What if..." stuff, you'd be surprised on how much you can learn!

    Twiztid-Juggaletteon April 18, 2004   Link
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    whatever you weird ass

    soloinsecton June 05, 2004   Link
  • 0
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    I thought it was cool, but you must have been stoned to sit around for two hours thinking of "what if..."

    kmk_natashaon December 26, 2004   Link
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    lmao. that's pretty awesome. ^_~

    lz2108on December 26, 2004   Link
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    What?why?

    shnazzysqueakeron December 26, 2004   Link
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    yeah i'm with Twiztid-Juggalette...it does kinda make u think alil bit. and i think its like...well..um..hes kinda saying hes not good enough for someone or something.

    CassieInTXon December 26, 2004   Link
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    insane clown posse. what were they thinking. they have their funny moments, like the stuff they say in between, other than that...what were they thinking?

    peacelisaon December 27, 2004   Link
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    The only thing this song makes me think is "what if.. ICP never existed?"

    mammothpress.comon December 27, 2004   Link
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    If ICP never existed, we wouldn't know about them, so we'd just find some other band to listen to/hate on.

    This song is pretty good, although My Axe, Radio Stars, and Mr. Happy are better songs coming from this CD (Bizzar).

    Cham Zordon December 28, 2004   Link
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    If ICP decided to take cheap shots at you in a crappy song, would you care?

    I know i wouldn't

    Boo Urnson February 02, 2005   Link

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