Oooh
Oooh
Oooh
Oooh

The night is chilly as the stars above
The things you said that day made me feel loved
To smell your hair and feel you in my arms
How I trusted you and let myself go

Now
Its
Gone
Away
So long, so long

The pictures in my head of what could never be
You cut me off, you let me down, you lied to me
I take you out, I rub you down, I sell you shoes
So fuck your trust, your perfume, and your mother too

Where's my t-shirt?
Where's my money?
Fuck you and your cat


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Fuck You and Your Cat Lyrics as written by John William Feldmann

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    one of the funniwst songs they've done

    littlelostmeon June 14, 2002   Link
  • 0
    General Comment

    there weard but i like them

    viper2001_21on July 02, 2002   Link
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    I have pictures in my head and on my wall of the drummer gettin a twinky eatin out his ass by some guy at the y100 fezz...RoCk!!!

    EmOsavesTheDayon August 12, 2002   Link
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    This song was awesome they use to rock but now they just forgot their ideals and gone with the crowd they have sold out which is what they were protesting about before - Bands selling out. I love the first album, ep, Hang Ups and Darrin's Cocconutt Ass

    But the last two albums suck

    craiguson May 01, 2003   Link
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    Changing their style isn't at all the same as selling out. I have total faith that if Goldfinger wanted to sell it, they'd do it well enough to be famous instead of completely obscure. If you pay attention to the changes in band members, it pretty closely mirrors the change in style. On the self-titled and on Hangups, there was a strong sense of ska because of Charlie Paulson (guitar) and Simon Williams (bass.) Simon was replaced by Kelly - who barely writes - in time for Stomping Ground, where the ska is significantly lessened. By the time Open Your Eyes was recorded, Charlie was gone too, leaving all the writing to John, who, it seems, has not a drop of ska left in him. Moreover, the band's biggest succes came from "Superman" being on the Tony Hawk soundtrack, and that's about as ska as they've ever sounded. If they wanted to sell out to the people who were giving them the most money, they would have gone lighter and more ska, not heavier and punkier. Besides, who tries to win fans by putting out an album full of hardcore, almost accusational animal rights accusation?

    loserdorkon May 10, 2003   Link
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    I always quote the last line "wheres my t-shirt?! wheres my money?! FUCK YOU AND UR CAT! I run down the streets saying FUCK YOU AND UR CAT! oh well...Its a great funny song...Good stuff

    punkrawk3on June 26, 2003   Link
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    How in the hell can people say Goldfinger sold out when thier very first single was by far their biggest hit??????

    This makes no sense to me.

    Antiappon February 14, 2011   Link
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    I too will never forget the image of a fan eating a twinkie out of Darrin's ass at the HFStival in D.C. Good times. This song is such a great example of why I love them. They're crazy, like me!

    swedishchefon August 31, 2002   Link

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