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We Are All on Drugs song meanings
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    General CommentIt amuses me so much when people who are guessing turn their guesses into facts, and say with a smart tone, "Rivers had a drug addiction problem, but now he quit... blah blah." Interesting, interesting. Yes, Rivers tried a lot of drugs, He's just one of those rock stars. I guess it doesn't hurt to read interviews, or perhaps Rivers' Edge, but if you don't have time, or stuff like that, which is understandable, just don't say things like that. You're just wring, stop pretending you know.
    Anyway, this is not Weezer's greatest song. It's weird that people would think so, Rivers wrote stuff that's much better. It's not their worst song either, it's catchy and it's fun. They say that people love this song when they play it live, too.
    And as for how Rivers wrote it, this is what he said, "I was living in an apartment above the Sunset Strip, and every Friday and Saturday night I’d hear people cruising and partying, and hooting and hollering. And I went to sleep one night and I heard those sounds all through the night, in my dreams. I had this dream about a kid on the Metro bus, blasting hip hop into his brain through his headphones. And the music sounded so decadent and overstimulating, and I woke up in the midst of that dream, in a haze, and immediately said to myself, “Man, we’re all on drugs!” And I instantly knew that would be a cool song."
    And maybe I can add that Brian said, "I think it’s a great song because it’s not saying anything positive or negative about drugs."
    :)
    music_signon July 26, 2005   Link

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