Fourteen people in the club
I'ma robot, what no love
Backstage she came rollin' up
She said "do anything and I love you"
Well there must be a mistake
Girl you're way too hot
You could make a million dollars with the face you got
Don't you know my last album was a flop
She said "do anything and I love you"

Well, I don't do love letters
I'm no good with flowers
If I forget your birthday,
Will you still love me

[Chorus]
What are the odds of
One true love
You say "high"
But I have my doubts
What are the odds of
Me letting you down
Please don't cry it's just your love
It creeps me out

Now she can't stop from loving me
Making me food, touching me
I told her I ain't got money (ney)
She said "do anything and I love you" yeah
I know your mom makes fun of me
And you caught your best friend under me
I guess this means you're done with me
She said "do anything and I love you"
Well, I go out all hours
You get strange phone calls
I'm so A-D-D with you
But, you still love me

[Chorus]

You're creepin' me out
She don't screw my friends
And she cleans up my house
All of this love girl, is creepin' me out
She don't screw my friends
And she cleans up my house
All of this love girl, is creepin' me out

[Chorus]

You're creepin' me out
You're creepin' me out
Girl, you're creepin' me out
Girl, you creep me out


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    I really think it should be "You say 'high'" Because he is asking 'what are the odds of one true love?' And it'd make sense if she responded with 'high'.

    can't wait for the new album.

    philosophofeeon May 16, 2006   Link
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    its about a guy in a relationship who has very low selfesteem and he does not believe that he has found his true love and doesnt believe that hes going out with some incredibly hot girl who loves him and isnt just using him for some other purps

    yeeee

    soadnoton October 24, 2006   Link
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    I love this song~ Probably in my top three of theirs x3

    My guess is this about someone-- in a band, the first few lines imply-- who isn't very good with relationships. They don't do the love letters thing, they don't give flowers, they're forgetful about "important events". Yet, this girl presists in loving them and they're just like-- "wait what?" Quite frankly, they're kind of freaked out about it.

    I totally relate to this song. >3 Relationships = nonsensical. xD

    Carnation Trafficon June 12, 2006   Link
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    I agree with what The Satah says... Obviously the singer isn't the kind of guy to do the whole romance thing, yet he's found a girl who doesn't care about those things and likes him just as he is. So the fact that he's creeped out isn't exactly a bad thing...

    grapecolaon October 12, 2006   Link
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    actually i read on the bands website this song is a true story of the (im not sure if i have the right person) "quitarist" and its basically as the song says the songs pretty straight forward

    fallenpunk1993on January 10, 2007   Link
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    I see this smothering and desperate girl all over this boy. She seems kind of obsessed too. Like he says she's too hot for him but she still wants him. And even when she caught him cheating on her she still loved him. I think that he wants her to leave him but she just wont

    DeadHazzyon March 04, 2007   Link
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    Actually it says on their site that it's about a member of theband and his "groupie/stalker girlfriend." By the way, how awesome is this song?

    Sweet Tangerineon March 21, 2007   Link
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    to me it sounds like this girl is a little obsessive i love this song and the video musical chairs = love

    redrainsyndromeon June 20, 2007   Link
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    i thought it was "you stay high"

    but either way this song amazes me.

    korkheadon July 17, 2007   Link
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    I always thought it was "party people in the club"...but I guess that makes more sense with the line "Ima Robot...What, no love?"

    she_speakson August 23, 2007   Link

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