F.O.D.

  • Billie Joe Armstrong wrote this about his hatred for someone who backstabbed him. The Letters F.O.D. stand for "F--k Off and Die." >>
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    Paul - Castalia, NC
  • This is the song Green Day were playing when authorities halted their free show at the Hatch Shell in Boston, on September 9, 1994. Many in the crowd of 65,000 had turned unruly (not uncommon during Green Day shows around this time), and security was overwhelmed.
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Comments: 16

  • Zero from Nowhere, NjYeah, but the line,

    "It's real and it's been fun, but was it all real fun?"

    What does that mean? Did he just contradict himself there? Or is it like, one person is saying "It's been really fun, " and the other one is saying, "But has it REALLY been that fun?" I just don't get it!
  • Hayes from Newark, OhThis song, it just takes this song to get me PUMPED! i feel so filled with rage, that it is morphed into energy, and i just lose it!
  • Crystal from Warren, PaI love this song sometimes I think about being in a bar and singing it to my exs
  • September Heaven from Lawton, MiThe bonus song called "All By Myself" is sang by Tre Cool. Tre (drummer) has always been the funny one. Mike (bassist) used to be funnier . . .but not that much any more.-Septemberheaven
  • Dan from Kansas City, Ksyes woodstock performance is classic and jay you can see it on youtube.
  • Chris from Dunwoody, GaThe bonus song starts at 4:09 ish, depending on which specific track you have.
  • Jay from Jackson, Mslol. uhh... the video at woodstock? lol where can i see that?
  • Joe from Chicago, Arwhoo the good days of the 90s when green day were actually good..........this is the best song on dookie it's so catchy and it reminds me of my girlfirend and the fun stuff we do together.
  • Sam from Portsmouth, VaThe bonus track on this song is "All By Myself", a song writed and performed by Green Day drummer Tre' Cool. The song is an obviously about masturbation. U can her people laughing in the backround and enventully, Tre' breaking into small laughter.
  • ? from ?, Kylike, i wuz in bed listening to f.o.d. and all of a sudden (after the song is dun) the song just doesnt stop... all of a sudden i hear all by myself come on... it wuz preetyy cool... that song is cool
  • Alex from Gourockit sounds almost like a really messy break up with a boy or girlfriend. when you think you know everything bout them but there's "a side of you well hid". i dunno i always just thought thats an appropriate song for a break up
  • David from Lakeview, NcF.O.D. isn't a bonus track. It's listed on the back cover and in the booklet.
  • Deep Thinka from Aberden, Wamy favorite song on dookie, it is a bonus tracck and if you wait around 2 or 3 minuets after f.o.d has ende their is another bonus song, called all by myslef, which has a totally different meaning.....
  • Paul Taylor from Castalia, NcIf you listen closealy part of the guitar on this song kina sounds like parta basket case.
  • Caitlin from Durham, Nclove this song the woodstock performance is really funny!!!!!!1
  • Tanya from London, EnglandHaha this is funny at Woodstock. Awesome song, one of the best on Dookie
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