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I want to go where the action is, I wanna fly through the urban blight
I wanna live like a shadow in the dark and only move at night
A story bought, a one story house that lets the winter bleed
21 years old and no money to read


How did she know the roof would cave in over and over again
Beat up bruised a record that's broken
Adina's crying again
Beat up chevy with a trailer in tow is what they call home now
One more hill or river to cross on the way to another town
Crying in her beer and always running away
Maybe not so much running, but hoping for better days


How did she know the roof would cave in over and over again
Beat up bruised a record that's broken
Adina's crying again


I want to go where the action is, I wanna fly through the urban blight
I wanna live like a shadow in the dark and only move at night
A story bought, a one story house that lets the winter bleed
21 years old and no money to read


How did she know the roof would cave in over and over again
Beat up bruised a record that's broken
Adina's crying again


Adina's crying again


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    General CommentWhy hasn't any one commented on this? It is a great song. Rancd kicks ass, their music is so powerfull. Loud, angry, emotional, and a deep meaning, perfect combo.
    shortgirl_05on August 21, 2002   Link
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    General Commentone of the first rancid songs I ever heard, still love it. I think they're best songs are one's about people down on their luck.
    kjeskeon April 13, 2007   Link
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    General CommentGreat song, like most songs with Matt Freeman on vocals. The bass is also nice on the first two records, and most of the lyrics are about urban life. Probably because they never got out of the U.S. until AOCTW got them worldwide airplay.
    Punkfather666on July 01, 2009   Link

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