"Rocky" as written by and Ayn E./connors Robbins....
Please go away won't you leave me alone
I'm just so drunk and miserable
You started with me
You started with me

Please go away won't you leave me alone
I'm just so drunk and miserable
You started with me
You started with me

What's it gonna be
What're you gonna say to set it all off
It doesn't take much these days, my dear
You started with me
You started with me

It started with you
You started with me
It started with you
It ends with me
Wait and see

Hey look what's that sound
Everybody look who's going down
It started with you
It started with you

You're so quick to forget everything that was said
Over and over again in my head
It started with you
It started with you

It started with you
You started with me
It started with you
It started with you
It ends with me, wait and see

Things could have been easier
If it was all so much slower
Don't you think?

You think too much
And you know too much
I'm gonna have to kill you now
Take all your letters and postcards and pictures
And burn them and flush 'em
Forget it!
I've forgotten it!
I'll see you in Hell!

Reiterating
Don't blame the obvious
Throw me a curve
Be spontaneous

Reiterating
Don't blame the obvious
Throw me a curve
Be spontaneous

I don't want to play this game
Go home
I don't want to play this game
Go home
I don't want to play this game
Go home
I don't want to play this game
Go home


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"Rocky" as written by Ayn E. Robbins Ayn Robbins

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    General CommentI remmember when I first went to a C22 show, I was late and they were playing this song, even if I wasn't in yet, it was awsome. This was a great evening because there was Reel Big Fish on the same stage
    bob3lbon February 15, 2005   Link
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    General Commentthis song is freaking addicting
    ska_loveon August 21, 2006   Link

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