Break my spine sugar booger
Break down and lose your sweet mind now
'Cause that's the way that you wanna be
'Cause that's the way, that's the way that you wanna be
Yeah that's the way, that's the way that you wanna be

Waste my time sweety, pretty
Bust out the hammer-time moves y'all
'Cause that's the way that you wanna be
'Cause that's the way, that's the way that you wanna be
Yeah that's the way, that's the way that you wanna be

Everytime you turn around
I just want to hit the ground
Locked up in your little world
Makes me feel so insecure
And now

Draw that line
Maybe, baby, we could get up and kick it down
'Cause that's the way that you wanna be
'Cause that's the way, that's the way that you wanna be
Yeah that's the way, that's the way that you wanna be

Spank my plank funky, pokey
You children now ya must bust out
'Cause that's the way that you wanna be
'Cause that's the way, that's the way that you wanna be
Yeah that's the way, that's the way that you wanna be

Everytime you turn around
I just want to hit the ground
Locked up in your little world
Makes me feel so insecure
And now

Show me now

Everytime you turn around
I just want to hit the ground
Locked up in your little world
Makes me feel so insecure
And now

Draw that line
Maybe, baby, we could get up and kick it down
'Cause that's the way that you wanna be
'Cause that's the way, that's the way that you wanna be
Yeah that's the way, that's the way that you wanna be

'Cause that's the way, that's the way that you wanna be
'Cause that's the way, that's the way that you wanna be
'Cause that's the way, that's the way that you wanna be
'Cause that's the way, that's the way that you wanna be
Yeah that's the way


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    this song is so catchy. at first i didn't like it much, being outshone by 'brightening day' on the 'island in the sun' cd but it has grown on me enough to warrant a comment of support. great song. anyways, that's what i think...

    xpankfrisston May 18, 2002   Link
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    he's saying sweety pretty i thought it was sweety peatie

    nerdstaron June 20, 2002   Link
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    hes saying sweety peatie

    El_Scorcho_811on March 25, 2003   Link
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    i was wrong, hes saying sweety pretty.

    El_Scorcho_811on March 26, 2003   Link
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    i knw this wa on the island in the sun ep, but ias really looking forward to it maybe aking it on to maledroit. either way i love the song...its that catchy rivers guitar that gets me every time

    teen_spiriton March 29, 2003   Link
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    This song goes on one verse too long. I like the lyrics, but they're too vague for me to get a solid meaning out of.

    Wrapidon April 16, 2005   Link
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    Cocaine

    Theo Reoon October 03, 2005   Link
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    always been my least favorite weezer song.... great band in the old days though

    NYCGhosts&Flowerson January 21, 2007   Link
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    i always thought that the words were "we could get up and get-get down". personally i think those lyrics make more sense than "kick it down". anyway i don't really know what the lyrics mean, either. Probably nothing, considering the time period rivers wrote this in. Maybe it is about cocaine, but there really isn't much evidence for it besides the euphamism of the title.

    astroboton May 04, 2008   Link

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