I hope that you miss me
Put me down on history
I feel such a reject now
Ger yourself a life
I hope that you're sorry
For not accepting me
For not adoring me
That's why I'm not your wife

People are stranger
People in danger
People are stranger
People deranged or.

I remember there was
Nothing I could ever do
Never could impress you
Even if I tried
Tell somebody who cares
Fill the room with empty stares
Go to bed and say my prayers
Keep them satisfied

People are stranger
People in danger
People are stranger
People deranged

Loud and clear I make my point dear

I hope that you never
Get the things that you wanted to
Now I cast a spell on you
Complicate your life
Hope you get a puncture
Everywhere you ever drive
Hope the sun beats down on you
And skin yourself alive

Ra la la la la la la la
Ra la la la la la la la

Lyrics submitted by hardcor_toonz

Loud and Clear Lyrics as written by Dolores Mary O'riordan Noel Anthony Hogan

Lyrics © Universal Music Publishing Group, Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Warner Chappell Music, Inc.

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    Song MeaningI love this song, it's upbeat, but also filled with angst and she's finally letting it all out.
    i love the last verse :)
    She doesn't care what happens to him, she's letting him go, She's "cursing him" and realises that he was not worth it.
    siliconyodaon December 27, 2009   Link
  • -1
    My InterpretationSo the obviously the singer (protagonist?) got dumped; they are complaining they tried but their best was not good enough for their partner. Finally they express their anger with them by means of a funny "curse." The Chorus is mostly nonsense; a filler only.

    The song tries to paint a picture of the dumpee's feelings without attempting to sound vindictive. Its childishness emphasizes how an adult's feelings can be twisted up by a breakup...
    audiohammeron April 09, 2017   Link

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