She got lips like stereo
With the bass and treble down
She got tits like microwave
Burrito that explode
What I wouldn't give to see her pee
Between 2 parked cars on a well lit street

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    i've seen the lyrics, and the first line is 'she got lips like stereo'

    punkbassplayer20on September 04, 2002   Link
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    I personally don't think the lyrics could be more clear. This is my interpretation:

    "She had lips like stereo, With the bass and treble down"

    • Her vagina had very strait lips, and most likely small labia.

    "She's got tits like microwave Burritos that explode"

    • She gave boob jobs with her breasts which made people ejaculate. Just like a microwave making a burrito explode

    "What I wouldn't give to see her pee... Between two parked cars, On a well lit street, 5th and main" -Fat mike would enjoy to see this

    NoFx914on August 23, 2014   Link
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    Every day, before I go to work, I listen to this song at least three times. I sing along to all the lyrics, even though it took me about twenty times listening through to figure them all out.

    To me, the adlibbing represents how she sings along to songs that she doesn't understand, or know the lyrics to--much like I did before I realized what they were saying. Such meaning!

    She obviously works in a big office, sitting in a cubicle all day. Cubicles tend to be a lot like tin-cans, and everyone knows how, when you turn down the treble and bass, your radio sounds like they're playing in a tin can.

    She had a failed boob job, much like my best friend's mom... But damn, she's still pretty hot. Which leads to my voyeuristic tendencies in following her until I finally get to see her so desperate to find a bathroom that she goes between two parked cars down on 5th and Main.

    This song is my life. I am a stalker.

    Halvoron July 06, 2002   Link
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    Dude im with u fuck knows why

    Punk-A-Rooon July 13, 2002   Link
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    uhhmmm...well... I liked the song allright. I cant say I RELATED to the lyrics as much as certain other posters apparently did :D

    Ange*Gaucheon July 21, 2002   Link
  • 0
    General Comment

    this song makes me wanna like girls, but i dunno...

    scream_like_conoron August 07, 2002   Link
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    yeah me to... "She had lips like stereo" but it doesn't make any sence... you realy can't have lips like a stereo!

    algifarion June 18, 2004   Link
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    "lips like stereo with the bass and treble down" picture the graphic equalizer with the two ends curving down. Either she's always frowning, or she has sexy pouting lips.

    sam le pirateon April 04, 2005   Link
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    chodeslimeon June 03, 2005   Link
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    Mmmm, chicks peeing. It's about time someone made a song for my fetish.

    AnarchyWeaseLon July 27, 2005   Link

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