Juliet's trying to find out what she wants,
But she don't know
Experience has got her down
Look this direction, I know it's not perfection,
It's just me
I want to bring you up again now!

I'm losing what's left of my dignity
A small price to I'll pay to see that you're happy
Forget all the disappointments you have faced
Open up your worried world and let me in

Juliet's crying, cause now she's realizing,
Love can be, filled with pain and distrust.
I know I am crazy, and a bit lazy
But I will try to bring you up again some how!

Lyrics submitted by onearmedscissor, edited by Mellow_Harsher

One for the Razorbacks Lyrics as written by Frank E. Billie Joe Armstrong

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    means shes cutting herself maybe.... ??

    buddyst.jimmyon December 17, 2004   Link
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    Morons...This is about a girl Billie Joe and the band met in Arkansas. Named "Juilet" not from the play mindfucks.

    dayredon July 19, 2005   Link
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    this song is all about a girl who's been heartbroken and is having a shit time... and someone is in love with her and is trying his hardest, no matter what it costs him, (I'm losing whats left of my dignity A small price i'll pay to see that your happy) to make this girl happy!!! Isn't love a beautiful thing!!! ;)

    Raemaon June 09, 2002   Link
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    I love the fact that he chooses the name Juilet. She's looking for a flawless Romeo, when really the person who truly loves has always been right there.

    Green Day lyrics are so underrated.

    davidecoyoteon June 30, 2002   Link
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    actually he chose the name juliet because he wrote the song for a girl named juliet. nothing to do with the play.

    1000_hourson September 29, 2002   Link
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    I have had this happen, I played the nice guy act and shit. But she went and got hurt over and over, and after awhile I quit trying, because she never noticed, and never will.

    fuckyouallon March 29, 2003   Link
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    Jakeberton June 11, 2004   Link
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    This song is basically what I'm going through right now. A girl has a fear of getting hurt because she's had a bad experience in the past. The guy wants her to be his, and is trying as hard as he can to make her happy and let her know that he's not going to hurt her.


    Jakeberton March 03, 2005   Link
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    The meaning of this song is so obvious. It's obviously about a girl who has been hurt before, and some guy wants her and he's trying to get it to her that he isn't going to do anything that will make her upset or hurt her.

    GreenDayGirl1991on July 18, 2005   Link
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    The chorus makes me think of Billie adopting someone. Someone who got abused in his/her previous house and has been put up for adoption. SO now billie wants to take him/her in, but the kid is too scared they'll get hurt again

    I'm losing whats left of my dignity A small price i'll pay to see that your happy Forget all the disappointments you have faced Open up your worried world and let me in

    It sounds like billie would do anything for the kid to accept him.

    Thats totally wrong, i know, but the chorus just reminds me of that

    cheddaringoon July 21, 2005   Link

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