Album: Hooray For Boobies (2000)
  • This song samples Metallica's "For Whom The Bell Tolls" during the chorus. >>
    Suggestion credit:
    Luke - Manchester, England
  • This song is about being board and lazy at home (being a mope) and trying to find things to keep you entertained. >>
    Suggestion credit:
    sid - waynesvile, NC
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Comments: 4

  • Landon from Winchester, Oh"I might as well be listening to Journey." Not funny. Like the rest of the song, though.
  • Alvaro from Barranquilla, Columbia(in the video) During the chorus you can see "MetallicA" logo above the "bloodhound gang" logo in the top of the stage, but it's covered by an X.
  • Sid from Waynesvile, Ncthis song is about being lazy and mopeing around. It's also about finding stuff to do while your board
  • Cassie from Hamilton, NjThis song rocks! I'm honored to be the first to comment. I love the part when it talks about watching Cops.
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