Frank wont be coming in today, Joe.. or tomorrow.
Frank quit, bought a goat farm..moved to Ukiah."

"I like really big tits. I like really big tits.
Reading pornos, watchin' girly shows, takin' off their clothes.
I like watchin' gay men fight. I like watchin' gay men fight.
Walk like a macho man, love Hulk Hogan, love the slogan.
"Hulk rules!"
I'm just God's gift to Earth. I'm just God's gift to Earth.
Walkin' in a strut 'cross the side of the bar, drivin' a chevy truck.

You know me with gun racks, got a .40 growin' up eat and live and breath dregs-
I'm born in the US of A, born in the US of A, born in the US of A.

I've been tryin' to be a man. I'm just tryin' to be a man.
Drink from dawn to night, lookin’ for a fight, makes everything alright.
I like really big tits. I like really big tits
I think I’ll look up to all the girls, a slut might just beat me up.

You know me with gun racks, got a .40 growin' up, even though I’ve got three ???-
I'm born in the US of A, born in the US of A, born in the US of A.

You know me with gun racks, got a .40 growin' up, eat and live and breath dregs-
I'm born in the US of A, born in the US of A, born in the US of A.

We'll shiiiit."





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    General Commentthe first time i heard this song i cracked up so hard. such a funny song written by an amazing band. davey havok jade puget and adam carson are simpley amazing. i dont like hunter too much though but i think he is still a very good bass player. crash love is my favorite album by them, i also like decemberunderground, sing the sorrow, and art of drowning.
    Skate4lifekbkon February 02, 2010   Link
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    General Comment"Frank wont be coming in today, Joe.. or tomorrow.
    Frank quit, bought a goat farm..moved to Ukiah."
    -Dragnet (1987)
    marquiceriseon December 23, 2005   Link
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    General Commenthehehehe this song is funny but its about life in the us or something but the reference to ukiah is b/c davey moved there when he was little.
    emogirl28on August 10, 2006   Link
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    General Commentwhoa! a political song!
    tjtech12on September 06, 2007   Link
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    General CommentNo offense to Springsteen fans but this version is wwwwaaayyy better.
    NotaShattyFatmason June 02, 2011   Link
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    General CommentWhat the heck... never heard this before. It's probably satirical of the American "redneck" lifestyle. Sad, it reminds me of how Green Day suddenly became like that and wanted everyone to take them seriously.
    neongreen44on July 02, 2006   Link

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