Well it's been six years since I left home
With everyone around I never was alone
But times are a-changing so I'll take a chance and say
If it wasn't for you guys I wouldn't be here today

Remember that time on the answering machine, you said my god she's only 14
And the time at the liquor store drinking St. Ides cause we're too poor
You fell asleep at the movies and we left you, hand me down socks and hand me down shoes
All those long ass late night walks and all those morning after talks

So let's go downtown to our favorite watering hole
And let's go cross town, don't forget your fishing pole
And let's get out of town, where things are sure to change
Let's just stay here but things will never stay the same

Remember Jack A. our biggest fan, what about Jesse as Condom Man
And the time at that titty bar, who thought twelve bucks could go so far
The naked guy at the Ocala show, old singer R. C. was such a ho'
Busdrivers playing two doors down, who's drunk driving across town



Lyrics submitted by LimpedbRoach

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