Saturday, 7 November 2009
01:07:45 AM (GMT)
“We're gonna do a song off the new record. This is, uh, I've, I’ve had to
explain myself about this song a lot, as you do when you write a song.
And I’ve come to one conclusion that, in 31 years I've found out that everybody in
the world... everybody in the world is a little bit fucked up. Okay. And its okay,
it's okay. When you're young, you think it's just you. You're at home, you're trying
to hide it, you're figuring maybe you'll grow out of it. You know, maybe you'll get
like all the other people. What you don't know when you're young is that it's
everybody, man. Everybody is a little bit fucked up.
And as you get older you have two kinds of people. You have the fortunate people who
realise it early on, man. They let their freak flag fly. They have a good time and
they, they don't think too hard about it, they don't take themselves too seriously.
And then there's those poor bastards on the other side that are still trying to play
it cool, man. Everyday. "I'm not fucked up".
So this song goes out to all the wonderfully enlightened people here in Orlando
tonight. That know that it's okay to be a little bit fucked up every now and
"If you're in a band and you use the name of the band in a song, you're just a
"You can spit shine me all you want, but I'm still going to be the same old piece of
"I would just like to say that those little red laser things scare the HELL outta me.
I mean, I'm up here trying to sing, and it's like, AAH!...Damn they scare the hell
"This ain't no fucking Metallica concert. If we see anyone over the age of 70 crowd
surfing, we're going home."
"I say, if you're going to bash us, just be clever."
stfu, don't be hatin'.
Last edited: 7 November 2009