Becky was a girl,
just like you and me,
until one day,
she just didn't want to take it anymore.

So she trashed her job,
she stole herself a cab,
and she drove off into the break o’ dawn.

Becky wasn't a horrid girl,
she was tired of this sordid world.
"When you're fed-up, feed it right on back to them!"

She worked in a bar;
she wasn't going far.
She sang a little,
but she wasn't a star.
You know life is hard when you draw your cards in hell!

Becky hated her job so bad,
so she trashed the place and stole a cab,
and when she drove off,
she thought she was finally free.

And when those cops finally took her down,
she screamed and kicked—yeah,
he hit the ground.

Now she'll never be free!
Becky's prison-bound!

Well, she used to scream without a sound,
and she cried when she looked around,
"All these buildings are shit-brown!
Get me outta this retarded town!"

Well, Becky got outta this retarded town, alright.
Now she gets three square meals a day.
And she ain't got no bills to pay.
I guess getting locked away
turned out to be the better way.
Hey hey hey

Lyrics submitted by dso

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