Nookie

Album: Signifigant Other (1999)
Charted: 80
  • Came into the world as a reject
    Look into these eyes
    Then you'll see the size of the sags
    That are pulli'n on my past
    Burnin' on my brain
    Everyone that burns has to learn from the pain
    Hey, I think about the day
    My girlie went away with my pay
    And these fellas came to play
    Now she's stuck with my homies that she fucked
    And I'm just a sucker with a lump in my throat

    Like a chump

    Should I be feelin' bad
    Should I be feelin' good
    It's kinda sad I'm the laughing stock of the neighborhood
    And you'd be figured I'd be movin' on
    But I'm a sucker like I said
    Fucked up in the head, not!
    And maybe she just made a mistake
    And I should give her a break
    But my heart will ache either way
    Hey, what the hell, what you want me to say?
    I won't lie, that I can't deny

    I did it all for the nookie, c'mon
    The nookie, c'mon
    So you can take that cookie
    And stick it up your yeah!

    Stick it up your yeah!
    Stick it up your yeah!
    Stick it up your

    Why did it take so long
    Why did I take so long, huh
    To figure it out, but I didn't
    And I'm the only one
    Underneath the sun who didn't get it
    I can't believe that I can be deceived
    By my so-called girl, but in reality
    She had a hidden agenda
    She put my tender, heart in a blender
    And still I surrender

    I did it all for the nookie, c'mon
    The nookie, c'mon
    So you can take that cookie
    And stick it up your yeah!
    Stick it up your yeah!
    Stick it up your yeah!
    Stick it up your

    I'm only human
    It's so easy for your friends to give you their advice
    They tell you just let it go
    It's easier said than did
    I appreciate it, I do, but
    Just leave me alone
    Leave me alone
    Just leave me alone
    Nothing's gonna change
    You can go away
    I'm just gonna stay here
    And always be the same

    I did it all for the nookie, c'mon
    The nookie, c'mon
    So you can take that cookie
    And stick it up your yeah!
    Stick it up your yeah!
    Stick it up your yeah!
    Stick it up your Writer/s: JOHN EVERETT OTTO, LEOR DIMANT, SAMUEL ROBERT RIVERS, WESLEY LOUDEN BORLAND, WILLIAM FREDERICK DURST
    Publisher: Universal Music Publishing Group
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

Comments: 8

  • Zero from Nowhere, NjOh, crap, now I just read that he "SAMPLED" it on this page right after I posted that comment. Wow, I feel like an idiot!
  • Zero from Nowhere, NjNowadays when my sister watches the Jersey shore and that "Snookie" chick comes on the screen I think of this song. BTW, I'm willing to bet that Fred got that "tender heart in a blender" line from that Eve 6 song "Inside Out" that was playing on MTV just one year prior to this song...
  • Kelsey from Rustburg, VaI love this song! I love this band! BTW... My friends said that cookie is slang for a woman's genitals... or... something like that. Idk if thats what it means but that's just what my friends told me... They're all idiots though so I'm probably wrong. Anyway... ROCK ON FRED DURST!!!
  • Kane from Wytheville, Vai mean yea i like the song and i understand the nookie part
    but what does "you take take that cookie and shove it up your..."
    what does a cookie have to do with anything in this song!
    STILL ROCK ON FRED!!!
    result may vary
  • Austin from Smallsville,new England, --Wes Boreland plays a custom four string guitar on this song.
  • Abhimanyu from Shimla, IndiaThe song doesn't actually go "stick it up your ass".... If you listen carefully he says stick it up your.... and then there's a muted yeah so it's more like "stick it up your (yeah!)".... Though obviously that is what he means.
  • Kyle from Cardiff, Wales"Up ones ass" lmaooo...Sweeet!
  • Mark from Williamsburg, VaThis song was reffed to on VH1's I Love the 90s: Part Deux. Some guy said, "I will never write a song about shoving a cookie up one's ass." I forgot, but that comment made me lol.
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