I park my car down the block,
take off my shoes and go for a walk
down to the beach.

All the dirt under my feet was all I ever needed in this life.
Now I've got this pile of parking tickets to pay up to the government
police.

hm....

Why is the sidewalk so hard?
Why are my feet so soft?
Does every step I take make me a little more tough?

All the dirt under my feet was all I ever needed in this life.
Now I've got this mile of concrete country leading me
to a proper place.

KEEP OFF THE GRASS.
DIDN'T YOU HEAR ME?
I SAID WHAT I SAID...

I'm an easy rider, come along.
I'm a tender baby in your arms.
I'm a lazy walker on your lawn.
I'm a tender baby in your jaws.

I don't know you,
I don't know who you are.
Everyone's a stranger when I'm in my car.


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Parking Ticket song meanings
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