Carol Ann, is it true?
Your daddy said I ain't good enough for you
Does he remember me?

Carolanne, think it through
There's nothing left that I will not go out at do
To bring you close to me

But in the backseat of a yellow medallion
Her daddy played the older stallions
To a philly half as old as him
As Far as I knew they were just good friends
On their way to the hotel Monte Vista

And we go over, under
North to South
Chest to chest and mouth to mouth
I don't know why
You and I can't be friends

Carol Ann, could it be
Your birthday passed and everyone was there but me
Was there some mistake?

Tell your dad your sister's fine
She seems healthy, I download her all the time
The truth is tough to take

While your father is tight and college bland
Behold the co-ed bathroom cam
Through the eyes and the lens
And the jacks in the phones
And into fifty-thousand homes
Let's not forget the hotel Monte Vista

And we go over, under
North to South
Chest to chest and mouth to mouth
I don't know why
You and I can't be friends

And when I came back to take
The photographs I sent him
The old man's trembling in his seat
About the time I'll mention

Oh I'm taking your daughter out tonight
Without any good intentions

Carol Ann, is it true?
Your daddy said I ain't good enough for you
Does he remember me?

And we go over, under
North to South
Chest to chest and mouth to mouth
I don't know why
You and I can't be friends

And we go over, under
North to South
Chest to chest and mouth to mouth
I don't know why
You and I can't be friends


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