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Juicebox
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Juicebox is the second song of the 3rd album of The Strokes: First Impressions of Earth

LyricsEdit

Everybody sees me,

But it's not that easy,

Standing in the light field,

Standing in the light field.

Waiting for some action,

Waiting for some action

Oh but why won't you come over here?


Why won't you come over here?

We've got a city to love.

Why won't you come over here?

We've got a city to love.


Old time grudges

Will die so slowly

I know you miss the

way I saw you.


You're cold,

You're so cold,

You're so cold,

You're so cold.


Nobody could see me,

everything's too easy,

standing in the light field,

standing in the light field.

Waiting for some actress,

waiting for some actress to say

why won't you come over here?


Why won't you come over here?

We've got a city to love.

Why won't you come over here?

We've got a city to love.


Old time love song

Will die so swiftly

You never trust me

For a while it was nice

but it's time to say bye


You're Cold

You're so cold

You're so cold

You're so cold


No, no, no, cold

You're so cold

You're so cold

You're so cold


Oh, no, no, no, no, cold

You're so cold

You're so cold

You're so cold


Oh, you're so cold!

Music VideoEdit

Juicebox
The video for "Juicebox", directed by Michael Palmieri with cinematography by Christopher Doyle, features comedian David Cross as a DJ in a radio station in New York City.

The video caused some controversy because it contained an abundance of sexual content, which caused Palmieri to do major edits on the video so that it would be less explicit. The director credit of the video is Alan Smithee.

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