We're professional punkers, we come from the suburbs, after 15 years we're still havin' fun
Now we're over 30, not lookin' so pretty, at least we got a beat up accordian
That's Erik our drummer, his father's a plumber, he drank enough booze to get Rhode Island drunk
Now sober but smelly he's got one big belly from livin' the good life provided by punk

Singin', singin', singin'
Buy me a Becks beer or pass me a bong
Gimmie some Bushmills, I'll sing you this song
Open another big box of cheap wine
We're over 30, we're doin' just fine

El Hefe's not satanic, he's one hip hispanic, he grew up with one dozen cousins and kin
He wears baggy pants, he knows how to break dance
You've seen him do every impersonation
Well, blow me down Alec
Oh oh, gi gi gi gi
Give it some megatroid, it's certain, half even
Father, that's Melvin on six string, some tell me I can't sing
Oh, I think you can, just don't do it round me
Stick with what you know, playing guitar solo
With Hetson and Watt in punk Karaoke

Singin', singin', singin'
Buy me a Becks beer or pass me a bong
Gimmie some Bushmills, I'll sing you this song
Open another
Big box of cheap wine
We're over 30
We're doin' just fine

My name is Fat Mike, I'm obsessed with big lesbians
I've been a punk rocker
For most of my life
I sing kinda flat, I'm not really so fat
But that's how I hit them
With hook or a slice
I'm Kent, I do sound, look he's getting so round
I'm Timmy the Turtle, he counts as he clicks
I'm Jay, I don't care, someone please cut his hair
I'm Limo
From Scotland
So give me haggis

Singin' (x3)
(Ohoh)
Buy me a Becks beer or pass me a bong
(Pass me a bong)
Gimmie some Bushmills, I'll sing you this song
(Sing you this song)
Open another
Big box of cheap wine
(Cheap wine)
We're over 30
We're doin' just fine
(Fine, fine)
Buy me a Becks beer or pass me a bong
(Fill in my dues)
Gimmie some Bushmills, I'll sing you this song
(Seven at once)
Buy me a quaalide or chop me a line
We're pushin' 40, we're doin'
Just fine
(Fine) (x2)
Give me a casual or pass me a bong
Give me Glen Lebbit, I'll sing you this song
Open another big box of cheap wine
If you take the lower then I'll take the high


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    General Commentwhat an awesome song.. i think the best is the guitar solo in it but all around a great song
    ugpunk84on June 05, 2002   Link
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    General Commentyeah the solo in this rocks, but this is just the best way to end a fucking brilliant album. kickass. anyways, that's what i think...
    xpankfrisston June 19, 2002   Link
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    General Commentto see this song live was hilarious. when melvin pulls out an accordian and begins to play it, i almost died. i saw them at warped this year, but eric had to go to a funeral, so they had drummers from other bands fill his shoes. they had a guy named rory for this song and they changed eric's verse on the fly...needless to say it was very scary
    loser dudeon August 22, 2002   Link
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    General CommentThe last line is wrong; it should be "If you take the low road then I'll take the high"
    jton September 14, 2002   Link
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    General CommentThe impersonation goes, "Heavens to Murgatroid, its eric melvin even!"
    Rubberbandon June 22, 2003   Link
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    General Commenti love this song, simple as that :)
    mjstokes85on May 24, 2004   Link
  • 0
    General Commentthis is the band's very amusing attempt to make fun of themselves
    epp88on June 21, 2004   Link
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    General Comment"they had a guy named rory for this song"

    The guy your talking about is Rory Koff, he's in No Use For A Name, another great band on Fat Wreck.
    italiansqueekon December 14, 2004   Link
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    General CommentAnother funny punkrock drinking party dancing song! One of my favorites by nofx.
    Beatsteakon January 02, 2005   Link
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    General Comment"Newcastle" not "a casual"
    "Glenlivet" not "Glen Lebbit"

    this song allways make me smile
    Ellingtonon May 27, 2005   Link

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