Album: Dude Ranch (1997)
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  • Blink-182 bass player Mark Hoppus wrote this. It's about his idea of a perfect girlfriend and not based on a real person.
  • The character Josie shows up again in the song "Online Songs" on their 2001 album Take Off Your Pants And Jacket. >>
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    Bertrand - Paris, France, for above 2

Comments: 3

  • Nady from Adelaide, AustraliaI just like the "she brings me Mexican food from Sambrero just because, yeah just because." Sweet
  • James from Adelaide, Australiawhat is the deal with online songs? do they break up or somthing? coz that sthe impression i get but i thought she was the perfect girlfriend or is it more of a bittersweet reflection on that nothing lasts forever?
  • Matt from Windsor, CanadaAlex thats the song Josie you thinking about, which is off take off your pants and jacket, this song is off dude ranch
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