Señores y señoras
Nosotros tenemos más influencia con sus hijos que tú tiene
Pero los queremos
Creado y regado de Los Ángeles, ¡Juana's adicción!

Here we go
No way
No one
Gonna stop, now go!

Save the complaints
For a party conversation
The world is loaded
It's lit to pop and nobody is gonna stop

No one
No one!
No way
Stop, now go!

Farm people
Book wavers, soul savers
Love teachers!
Lit to pop and nobody is gonna stop

No one
Move on

One come a day, the water will run
No man will stand for things that he had done

And the water will run

One come a day, the water will run
No man will stand for things that he had done

And the water will run
Yeah it will run, oh
Yeah it will run, oh oh


Gimmie that, gimmie that your automobile
Turn off that smokestack and that goddamn radio
Hum along with me, along with the TV

Oh oh oh
Oh oh oh oh
Oh, oh oh oh
No, oh oh


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Stop Lyrics as written by Eirc Adam Avery David Navarro

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  • +3
    General CommentA correct translation for those who want it ^_^ (accent marks missing)

    "Senores y senoras, nosotros tenemos mas influencia con sus hijos que tu [should be "ustedes"] tienen. Pero los queremos. Creado y regalo de Los Angeles, Juana's addicion."


    Ladies and gentlemen, we have more influence over your children than you do. But we love them. Created [in] and gift from Los Angeles, "Jane's" Addiction.

    She might also mean to say "criado" which means "raised" but she says "creado."
    TVDon April 11, 2005   Link
  • +1
    General CommentWe have more power over your children, but it doesn't matter, because we love them.
    moe2000on May 29, 2004   Link
  • +1
    General CommentYeah, the intro is so cool.

    "Born and raised in Los Angeles, Jane's Addction!"

    I think it is about how if we don't stop fucking about with nature, nature is going to turn around and kill us soon.
    quiffpornon November 02, 2004   Link
  • +1
    General CommentThe song has 80s era drug references in it. Back then the “Just Say No” campaign was going on in attempt to get the populace to stop doing drugs. “lit to pop” is a reference to crack cocaine. Something Perry was known to abuse among other things. He was always unapologetic when it comes to his drug use. Basically saying no one can stop the usage of drugs.
    KKnoppon November 15, 2019   Link
  • 0
    General CommentActually, I am not sure if it is:

    "Born and raised in Los Angeles"


    "Bred and spread in los Angeles"

    In the inlay card of the first album it says something about Jane's Addiction being bred and spread in LA, so it is probaly the second one...
    quiffpornon November 09, 2004   Link
  • 0
    General CommentIt's about how the world is going to end and there's nothing we can do stop it, so there's no point. Apparently.
    Songmeaningsuseron January 02, 2005   Link
  • 0
    General Commentalthough i didn't quiet understand this song, i agree with quiffporn if i was to guess what it meant.
    it is a great song thought the....your automobile, turn off that smokestack and
    that goddamn radio - hum... along with me...
    Hum along with the t.v ...part is the greatest just the Suspense before it
    trainspotting_R2D2on March 22, 2005   Link
  • 0
    General Commentbrilliant song!
    freakystyleyon May 19, 2006   Link
  • 0
    General CommentI'd say its about how in everyday life people fuck over nature and fuck over each other, but noones gonna change this because we're just living our lives. Then he says he's hoping for a future were people wont do this. But then after saying chuck away that smokestack or whatever, he says 'hum along with me, with the tv' and then goes back to 'noones gonna stop' so i dont think that overall this song is not preaching, but is instead just commenting on human nature and not neccesarily saying that its bad
    palmson August 27, 2006   Link

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