Baby's got a new best friend
He always seems to understand
And he knows just how to make her laugh
He's rich and white and full of influence
Baby's never felt so fine
She's wading in the well of life.

I wonder does she ever
Look back and still remember
When things were so much better
Kiss baby bye forever now.

Baby never calls me now
She don't need a passing dream about her life
The way the stars abound
And who am i to tell her pull them down
Baby doesn't need a drink
Lord knows she never stops to think.

I wonder does she ever
Look back and still remember
When things were so much better
Kiss baby bye forever now.

C-o-c-a-i-n-e
When she comes down it's like she never sleeps
Well who needs food with all her sugar treats
'cause when she's high she never thinks of me.

I wonder does she ever
Look back and remember
Things were so much better
Baby's gone forever now.

I wonder does she ever
Look back and still remember
When things were so much better
Kiss baby bye forever, bye forever, bye forever, bye forever NOW.


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    General CommentObviously about drugs, another beautiful one from TJT
    MAYBETHISTIME_on January 06, 2005   Link
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    General Commentthis is a really great song, like the person above.. its obviously about drugs, cocaine in particular. The version of the song that i have, a slower song comes on about 4 and a half minutes in.. i'd love the lyrics for it, its probably my fave song by them..
    GetFighted19on September 04, 2005   Link
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    General CommentTo above: that slow song is the hidden track "Her Velvet Voice"...lyrics are up...maybe you should buy the CD?!?!
    BlinkMM182on September 21, 2005   Link
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    General Commentto above... i know what the song is now, i just heard the song before the cd even came out.. i do have the cd now.
    GetFighted19on September 24, 2005   Link

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