It's funny how nothing seems much fun
Anymore to me now that I quit the drink
'Cause soberness, it might be what I need
But it's certainly not how I want to be

Nothing seems much fun anymore to me

Consequence never had anytime to think
About what coulda, shoulda, happen to me
see-Common sense my parents said I
Never had any, but now look whose
Got the dough

No longer born to lose
Put away my party shoes
Missin' the alcohol
Don't feel like goin' out
Nothing worth singin' about
Missin' the alcohol
Without tonic n gin
Without no vicodin

Nothing seems much fun anymore to me [Repeat: x4]

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Quart in Session Lyrics as written by Mike Burkett

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  • +1
    General Comment

    how has no-one said anything about this song yet. Its pretty obvious what its about, but its awesome.

    alktrioon October 28, 2004   Link
  • +1
    General Comment

    awesome song

    killer21165on January 12, 2006   Link
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    General Comment

    No hidden meaning, it's about someone who's given up alcohol and feel like nothing's fun anymore without it, even though it's what's best for them. "It may be what i need but it's certainly not how i wanna be."

    xAbixRamonexon November 03, 2007   Link
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    Song Meaning

    Why the fuck should this song be about "Smelly" Erik Melvin? Sorry for being so harsh!

    Quoting General Comment from DeanBetamberineon August 04, 2009:

    "smelly did a lot of acid and other drugs, he got his name smelly cos his acid farts stank he was gonna get kicked out of the band unless he went sober which he did and then they recorded whatever album it was with him"

    Smelly became a hardcore heroin addict... and eventually faced the day where the Band Nofx forced him to decide wether its gonna be THE BAND or drugs..

    He chose NOFX!

    Anyways you fucking NOFX history noobs (the ones I clearly finger point on, feel adressed, the rest of you LOVE YA)

    This song is Mike Burkett, describing his "new" found feeling for drugs, hiding it in alcholism abuse...

    period finished thats it

    Sontayaon August 23, 2019   Link
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    General Comment

    Anyone have any more insight on this? It might be about Smelly (makes sense) but I could never figure out why Fat Mike, self-professed alcoholic and dug-user would sing this. If it was about Smelly wouldn't Smelly sing it? Maybe Fat Mike went sober for a brief stint?

    stumblemanon December 01, 2008   Link
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    why the fuck would smelly, the drummer sing it?:S obviously no matter who wrote the song the singer or one of the singers of the band would sing it, idiot.

    Linloleum39on May 08, 2009   Link
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    smelly did a lot of acid and other drugs, he got his name smelly cos his acid farts stank he was gonna get kicked out of the band unless he went sober which he did and then they recorded whatever album it was with him

    thats to clear that up

    maybe its about fat mike stating how hard it is to go sober i dont know as far as im aware hes an alocoholic it says it in their new song im an alcoholic haha

    DeanBetamberineon August 04, 2009   Link
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    General Comment

    it is about Smelly, the drummer from NOFX.

    aubible_sighon February 20, 2007   Link

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