You know, the thing that irks me the most lyrically is that the line "I'll never lie to you and that's a fact" is put to much better use on the very next track on the record - Life Is a Lemon and I Want My Money Back, which is this take-that to your general teenage brooding, nobody-understands-you, everything's sour etc... with the line "everything's a lie and that's a fact". In that song it sounds hilarious and it fits, in two songs in a row it just sounds clumsy.
"Somedays I just pray to the God of
Sex and drums and rock and roll"
You couldn't say drugs, could you? Would lose your PG rating or what? Is it like drums are a different thing from rock 'n' roll? Is it sorted by increasing or decreasing importance? Arrrrgh
But guys, I wouldn't open up the debate on whether the message is good or bad, or I'll spiral out of control back into these three pages long posts that nobody reads where I possibly am going to support both sides at once and then Travis arrives, says something like the importance is not important and twelve people will like that post of his and I'm gonna tear out my remaining hair.