Collie Man

Album: Everything You Need (2002)
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Songfacts®:

  • This song is about the capture of one of Slightly Stoopid's good friends, who was their marijuana dealer. >>
    Suggestion credit:
    Jackson - Williamsburg, VA

Comments: 5

  • Garrett from Pittsburgh, PaI found this song too by accident, never haerd of these guys before but I loved their sound.
  • Jessica from Cherry Hill, NjI think the song that Meaghan is referring to is Closer to the Sun great tune
  • Emily from Oklahoma City, OkSlightly Stoopid is the equivalent of KMK except no rap and it's ten times better.
  • Meaghan from Breckenridge, CoSlightly Stoopid's a sweet band. Just wondering if anyone might know . . . what song does Slightly Stoopid sample on their song "everything you need"? I remember hearing the melody on a sweet surf video (i swear it wasn't them) that didn't belong to me so i didn't get a chance to find out.
  • Matt from Hartselle, AlI found this song on accident one day and realy realy liked it.And cant realate to it seeing some of my friends get in trubbble whit the cops involveing drugs
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