The temperature changes
It chills me to the bone
It makes me wish that I was
Cleaning myself at home

It makes me grumpy and
Sometimes I lose hope
The water's hard, so I can
never rinse the soap

And it's got no pressure
The water dribbles down on me
And it's got no pressure
It's like the shower's going pee


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My Girlfriend's Shower Sucks Lyrics as written by John William Feldmann

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    this song is about his girlfriend's shower sucks deep, huh?

    master of puppetson April 27, 2002   Link
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    this song actually is pretty deep. it's using the shower as an analogy for people's moods swings. "the temperature changes" etc. it's about how people just randomly get hotheaded and how it makes him lose hope in people. "it's like the shower's going pee". that's symbolic of how people think they can just piss all over you and expect you to take shit from them. also, if you haven't figured out that i was joking, you need to be executed.

    staleph1shon May 29, 2002   Link
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    haha, although i knew u were taking the piss there staleph1sh, u make quite a believeable point there, u nearly got me:-P

    GoGs_RaMmS+eInon March 10, 2003   Link
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    haha, although i knew u were taking the piss there staleph1sh, u make quite a believeable point there, u nearly got me:-P

    GoGs_RaMmS+eInon March 10, 2003   Link
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    haha good to hear

    staleph1shon April 22, 2003   Link
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    ok what if?! the song is just about his g/f shower?!?!? I know it's crazy, but sometimes, just sometimes...a song really doesn't get any deeper that what it is...

    EmoKiD_Rioton June 08, 2003   Link
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    Heh. I agree with emokidriot. Those were the exact complaints I sing in my friends shower. Funny. I'm sure lots of people sing songs about how showers suck.

    BrianLovesJennieon June 13, 2004   Link

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