"Wishbone" as written by John Richard Kosco and Cleon Lee Iii Richards....
Ride out her open road.
Fell to the waste side.
Dinned on her dirty soul.
Ain't willing to pass it by.
Went down by the loads.
Told time by the moon and sun.
Hide'n out in my abode.
Said I'm the only one.

I'm doin it cause I like it.
Wishbone.
Out of my way to find it.
Wishbone.

Smoke rings above the flames.
Bitter sweet aftermath.
Dry mouth I call her name.
She leads an easy path.
Dark eyes and dark intentions.
She'll answer every question.
Tied up to have yer way.
This one is just for play.

I'm doin' it cause I like it.
Wishbone.
Out of my way to find it.
Wishbone.
Don't bother me while I'm on it.
Wishbone.
You fall apart without it.

I want to break you apart.
I want to overflow you.
I want to break you apart.
I want to break you apart.
I want to break you apart.

I'm doin' it cause I like it.
Wishbone.
Out of my way to find it.
Wishbone.
Don't bother me while I'm on it.
Wishbone.
You fall apart without it.
Wishbone.
Wishbone.
Wishbone.
Wishbone.


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"Wishbone" as written by John Richard Kosco Cleon Lee Iii Richards

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    General CommentI saw Dropbox at the HOB in New Orleans a few weeks ago and the lead singer said it was about, and I quote, "eating pussy." I think if you read the lyrics and watch the video, you'll agree. Pretty kool song, but all their other stuff was way to soft and monotonous for my taste.
    me_tall_i_caon September 24, 2004   Link
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    General CommentThe rest of the CD isn't as good, I agree.
    Thunderbolton March 21, 2005   Link
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    General CommentEating pussy huh? That's funny because this is the theme song for the Transformers video game! But yeah, awsome song. Too bod none of the other songs are this good.
    Andrackon May 29, 2006   Link

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