"Nicotine Prom Queen" as written by and Don Dilego....
Lemonade is the price you've paid for your lazy days
Staring up into the sun
Cigarettes in your summer dress what a mess
And it's a long, long way from home
So will we get high, and what will we see?
We don't need signs, we don't need gas
We just need more lemonade
And you are the only reason for me to believe
My nicotine prom queen
Poster child for the silent screen
She's a day, she's a week
And the smoke seems to rise when she speaks
In case there's a reason to, I'll be leaving soon
And I'll thank you for the ride
So will we get high, and what will we see?
We don't need signs we don't need gas
We just need more lemonade
And you are the only reason
My nicotine prom queen
So will we get high, and what will we see?
We don't need signs we don't need gas
We just need more lemonade
And you are the only reason
For me to believe
Cause you my nicotine prom queen
You my nicotine prom queen
You my nicotine prom queen
And I want to know her
Before the flash and shine is over
And we'll grow much older
Until we get to Boulder.


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"Nicotine Prom Queen" as written by Don Dilego

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