Drunk and . . .
Took a hit down by the train track
I hear the whistle's song
As . . .
We made a big dash
Really packed a killer

A change of time
Packed up and left
Goodbye the train track
You're lucky if I do
We'll go west
And get some big cash
We're lookin' back to see the way

Just keep a movin'
You keep away I say
You got to change your backdrop
You got to keep a base

Ten foot tall, lookin' up
From the bottom of a beer glass
It's too insane, in my blood
My hand is showin' like a road map
So I got on to catch a breeze
I hated to go back
But when I think of all those times
I just love the highlife

Just keep a rollin'
Just keep a movin' I say
You got to change your backdrop
You got to keep a base

I said, oh it's so clear
Oh it's so clear
Oh it's so clear
Said, I said

If you crawl to get on up
You're gonna level and get there
The feeling's gone
And you better get cleaned up
Start thinkin' of a new thing
'Cause now I see the other said
I done paid back, yes I did
This ain't livin' on a train track

On a train track


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    General CommentThis song is about a spot by the train tracks where Izzy and his friends smoked weed when he was growing up. The sound in the beginning is a bong hit.
    jopkins_the_monkeyon October 09, 2006   Link

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