"Rocknroll" as written by and Michael L. Shepard....
It's Tuesday and I already hit the bottle
I can't even fall in love at happy hour
I think I'll go home now and dream about
The nightmares that could be
Like all my friends turning into my enemies
You're good at pushing me out

Late that night I am awakened by the banshee's cry
And I am much too scared to get a drink
I see the rusty swing set blow
From generations long ago
Under moonlight the plow is stained
by the power of your name
You're good at pushing me out

The farmer's daughter raises hell
When I try to kiss her
Screaming "daddies" now I run
Here's to sickle swinging fun
You're good at pushing me out

Lyrics submitted by Goliath

"Rocknroll" as written by Michael L. Shepard

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    General Comment"It's Tuesday and I already hit the bottle."
    I think this song is written from the perspective of an alcoholic that's trying to make a move on some girl.
    "The farmer's daughter raises hell when i try to kiss her," but he's obviously too wasted to care much.
    amestheamazingon November 06, 2004   Link
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    General Comment"The farmer's daughter raises hell when i try to kiss her,
    screaming "daddies" now i run." I'm not like this part of song...
    but you have to understand the whole song.
    "you're good at pushing me out" seems that someone is "saving" the person ,that wanted 'kiss the girl,' of the life style that left him fallen. i don't...it's a point of view.
    Narayanon December 17, 2005   Link
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    General Comment"i don't...it's a point of view."
    I mean... "I don't KNOW...it's a point of view."
    Narayanon January 27, 2006   Link

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