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so they sucked the life out of you
so now what the hell do you do
so your train went off of it's track
back when michael jackson was black

what ya gonna prove
how you gonna prove it
there's no need to waste your life
shatter and abuse it, babe
i'm talking about a time when a dimebag was a dime
no need to dwell upon the here and now, baby

- chorus -
let's pretend it's 1978; we're playing patty cake and baker's men
let's pretend the popsicles we ate all gave us stomach aches on our neighbor's lawn

so you called the chief of police
(this is the pig, this is the pig)
and told him what to do
call the zoo and the justice of peace
and told them what to do

sold your house alone
told your boss to screw it
bought a time machine
grab the wheel and do it, baby
back unto a time when a dimebag was a dime
no need to spend another moment here, baby

* repeat chorus *

hello operator please give me number nine
and if you disconnect me I'll kick your fat
behind the refrigerator there was a piece of glass
miss suzy sat upon it and broke her little
ask me no more questions, i'll tell you no more lies
the boys are in the bathroom zipping up their
flies are in the city and bee stings are our crutch
the boys and girls are necking and asking you just

what ya gonna prove
how you gonna prove it
there's no need to waste your life
shatter and abuse it, babe
i'm talking about a time when a dimebag was a dime
no need to dwell upon the here and now, baby


Lyrics submitted by keyshawn03

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