I never win 1st place
I don't support the team
I can't take direction
And my socks are never clean
Teachers dated me
My parents hated me
I was always in a fight
'Cause I can't do nothing right

Everyday I fight a war against the mirror
Can't take the person staring back at me

I'm a hazard to myself
Don't let me get me
I'm my own worst enemy
It's bad when you annoy yourself
So irritating
Don't want to be my friend no more
I wanna be somebody else

LA told me
You'll be a pop star
All you have to change
Is everything you are
Tired of being compared
To damn Britney Spears
She's so pretty
That just ain't me

So doctor doctor won't you please prescribe me something
A day in the life of someone else

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Hazard To Myself song meanings
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    General CommentI connect with this song even though its very pop-ish. I was feeling very suicidal at one point in my life, and this song reminds me of it. (A song that would better capture the pain I felt would be Papa Roach's "Last Resort")
    WhiteIronon October 12, 2002   Link
  • 0
    General Commentthis song is jst like feelin like u cnt do nethin at all... like i keep bein kicked down and feelin like ur ur own worst enemy. but its not always the way it has 2 b.
    xxsxi-sarahxxon March 25, 2006   Link
  • 0
    General Commentthis song describes my life from two years ago til now
    Papa Roach's "Last Resort" is a good song
    fallenangel89on April 14, 2006   Link
  • 0
    General CommentUm this song is called "Don't Let me Get me" but ok...
    And case frickin closed, Pink rocks to hell and back.
    she_speakson October 04, 2006   Link
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    General CommentUh, yeah, why is this song posted as that title? It's "Don't Let Me Get Me" and should by put out as that, since it really is a cool title. Sweet song though.
    foundthevelvetsun7on January 04, 2007   Link
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    General Commentthe song is Don't Let Me Get Me.
    i like the song. even if it's a bit emo for my taste.
    but the beat is great.
    snoogums_x3on May 28, 2007   Link
  • 0
    General Commentthe song is not emo! the song about begin your own worst critic. and yea the song is "don't let me get me"
    Twister468on August 06, 2007   Link
  • 0
    General CommentI feel bad for her. "teachers dated me"? Wow...that's sad.

    I don't like the song simply because it's broadcasting dirty laundry...I hate songs that do that. It fills your atmosphere with garbage. If I wanted that I'd watch Jerry Springer.
    spicyfloon June 26, 2008   Link
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    General CommentI love this song.
    I can seriously relate...It's bad when you annoy yourself. It's worse with me, since I argue with myself every day.
    I'll get in this pissed off "STFU" arguement with myself...then realize what I'm doing and go "DAMN IT! NOT AGAIN!" and hit myself.
    MomoTheStrangeon March 25, 2009   Link
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    General CommentI have read in certain places that Pink may be a Borderline Personality... so I do relate to her because I'm a Borderline as well... if it's true that she is, this song is definately about that and the feelings that go along with it... the lyrics are not "dirty" as someone had said, in this disorder you are rather promiscuous at times, hence why she might've even had affairs with teachers!!! And also why she says she was always in a fight and "I can't do nothing right" - Borderlines also feel a lot like they don't want to be themselves, they hate themselves, feel empty like they don't even know themselves, etc. Idk if she is for sure, of course, I'm not a doctor, but this song definately reminds me SO MUCH of myself and how I used to be in school, how I STILL feel, etc. I've also read quotes from her that also reminded me a lot of my Borderline Personality... I like Pink a lot, she was through A LOT of shit growing up but she continues kicking ARSE! And yeah, as someone else had said, they have the song title wrong on this site even! lol
    Jenahhhon April 15, 2009   Link

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