Some kids do as they please
They don't know what life really means
They don't listen to what the ones who really care have to say
They just go and do things their own way

Who are parents?
Parents are the ones who really care
Who are parents?
Parents are the ones who are always there

Some kids think their parents are cruel
Just because they want them to obey certain rules
They start to lean from the ones who really care
Turning, turning from the ones who will always be there

Who are parents?
Parents are the ones who really care
Who are parents?
Parents are the ones who are always there

Parents do understand, parents do care
We must remember
Parents are the ones who will always understand
Parents are the ones who really care

Parents do understand, parents do care
We must remember
Parents are the ones who will always understand
Parents are the ones who really care

Who are parents?
Parents are the ones who really care
Who are parents?
Parents are the ones who are always there


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    General CommentThis is one of the Shagg's Creepiest songs, keeping in mind that they were pushed to play in a band by their strict father. The lyrics feel so sheltered, and forced. The song kind of haunting, yet playful in a way.
    Adwanocon June 12, 2007   Link
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    General CommentThis song is played at the end of the movie Ken Park (Larry Clark). You watched the movie and saw all the mess around lost kids, crazy parents who do anything to their children... So when you hear that, it's like "What the f***? Is that a joke?". It's a real good idea to play this song after the movie, I think it kind of shows that parents always have some responsability in their children' neurosis, and that they HAVE to take care of their children. This song is like a denonciation to me.
    E_mon June 09, 2006   Link

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