I knew we wouldn't haveta travel far
Before you'd say, "I don't know where we are."
But going anywhere with you
Was such a special thing,
And it never was long before we'd laugh
And sing.

And when I saw you lying there,
All hooked up and not going anywhere,
I had no idea they'd unplug you like that,
Ya coulda lived for years on all that fat.

It never shoulda happened,
I just wanna go back,
To old Wisconsin.

In this poor excuse for a town where we
Come from,
There's nowhere to hide,
So don't even try to run.
So much criticism is just plain jealousy,
At the garbage bin he used to watch
The ballgame with me.

And when we went to Baltimore,
Kicked in the head when we fell
On the floor,
I had no idea it would go down like that,
I wanna crush their softball heads
With my baseball bat.

It never shoulda happened,
I just wanna go back,
To old Wisconsin.


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