So many different ways to look at things that cross our paths
So many different views to choose how could there be only

Calling out of work so we can slip up to Boston
Crisp dollar bills so we can trade them for tokens

Hit the shower, Fruity Pebbles, quick shave, and I'm done
Pick up the boys, head north on 91

84 east right onto the Mass Pike
It's Riverside see, so we can jump on the T

It's 4:30 in the morning, I'm moving kinda slow,
Grab and coffee and coutine cause it's time to go

Ladies and Gents next stop Newberry
Where you can shop till you drop your last penny

Oh shit roll up the windows, it's starting to snow,
No problems or delays, just keep the speed low

Get sick right quick and abort the trip
Just throw me the keys so we can move on

Landing flat on the tables is hard on the knees,
Just increase the speed, rotate 360 degrees


Late at night
Early morn
About noon
Around dusk

I'm alright to drive


Forgot to check my speed, i misjudged the gap
My board kicked out, I landed flat on my back

Giving an alkward balance suggested guess you might say
We'll be making our way to the restroom soon

Ski Patrol came, took me away on a sled
Brought me to the lodge, and propped me up on a bed

Letting loose like the Black Yack on Russell street
Slow pace, lets race check out the look on his face

Back on my feet it's the traffic we gotta beat
Step outside just to load up the ride

Are you alright to drive cause if not I'm good to go
But he caught his second wind and we're ready to flow

It's been a full day of riding no time to hit the sack
Just crank up the music and try to keep our heads back

One hell of a journey and we're thicker then blood
That's my boy B-Bri and I'm Rob-n-Hood


Lyrics submitted by MooWasHere

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