"Lorenzo" as written by and Patrick Thomas Robertson....
Someone else standing in my shoes
Count the hours since he left his boots behind
Still in limbo think I'll stay up late
This infomercial's got me lifting weights for you

I'm sober
Is it over now?
Nights gone i'm still waiting
Another drink could save my life

what's this myth said we'd have good times?
I can't seem, to find, find my impulsive side
Just excuses and the lies
Simple things ain't gonna make me survive
This rock'n'roll thing still gives me life
and it's not gonna change
is it all that strange?

I'm sober
Is it over now?
Nights gone I'm still waiting
Another drink could save my life

Someone else standing in my shoes
Count the hours since he left his boots behind
Still in limbo think I'll stay up late
Lorenzo lamas got me lifting fucking weights for you

Yeah, I'm sober
Is it over now?
Nights gone I'm still waiting
Another drink could save my life
Tonight, yeah yeahah


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"Lorenzo" as written by Patrick Thomas Robertson

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    General Commenti think it's about longing to grow up and be able to do things that you're not allowed to do yet [i can relate so much!], but once you get there, it's not all what you thought it would be...
    fluke_on April 01, 2003   Link
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    General Commenti think its about not being able to live up to societies expectations leaving you unsatisfied with your life
    phisteron May 07, 2004   Link
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    General CommentI think this song is about a recovering alcaholic. Besides the obvious "im sober" and "another drink could save my life", theres the references to being drunk "What's this myth that said we'd have 'good times'" and the whole "nights gone" thing reminds me of the alcaholism being like the night before, and the recovery is like the hangover
    womackon September 20, 2005   Link

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