Some say "Bein' on the top is like bein' on the bottom"
From the placid Philadelphia to the New York City Jungle.
My boy, my boy I'll be watching you.

As the days drift into memories. Nestled into trouble, send me to a party and leave me on the double.
My boy, my boy, livin' like you do.

Cecil, stick with the story.
21 is lots of fun and after that boring.
Cecil, stick with the story.
Opinions are often better left in the quarry.
C-C-C-C-C-C-Cecil, stick with the story.

Don't wanna end up sixty five alone and grey.
Don't wanna end up sixty five alone and gay.
And they really set the wheels on fire, set the wheels on fire.

Mama said, mama said, mamamamamama always said that a cowboy ain't more than ain't doin' the house of fun.
Tell, see fifty Indian's spirits where they broke their wings.
Nothing is. Giving up just you boy.

By the shed there is a woman. Who calls herself a charmer. And she whispers at the footsteps, big as Arizona, says: "Heed my boy, if everything you do"

She's so, sick with the story.
21 is lots of fun and after that boring.
Cecil, stick with the story.
Opinions are often better left in the quarry.
Now, C-C-C-C-C-C-Cecil, stick with the story.

Don't wanna end up sixty five alone and grey.
Don't wanna end up sixty five alone and gay.
And they really set the wheels on fire, set the wheels on fire.

Now he's heading out to Law School, to pick up his degree.
And he needs a girl who'll be for him, just what he wants her to be.
So long as there is money, so long as men are great.
He can settle in New Jersey and take pride in talking real estate.

But is there really nothing missing?
Of everything that's telling.
Like a line of dunking dohnuts who can say their life is just, something to get through.

Oh she should stick to higher mountains, and noble inhibitions.
She'll be comin' home to wife and kids with all their silly questions.
And the train is there and they're waiting on the platform just for you.

Now, Cecil, stick with the story.
21 is lots of fun and after that boring.
Cecil, stick with the story.
Opinions are often better left in the quarry.
C-C-C-C-C-C-Cecil, stick with the story.

Don't wanna end up sixty five alone and grey.
Don't wanna end up sixty five alone and gay.
And they really set the wheels on fire, set the wheels on fire.




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    General Commentum sorry about many mistakes. I was hoping anyone who could figure it the other bits would submit corrections. Give a little to get a little, that's what I say. Hehe!
    lejospopoon April 10, 2006   Link

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