"Summer Special" as written by and Elizabeth Powell....
Isn't summer special easy hair
Relax it wasn't locked right
When you cased out the avenue
Always look for it easy

Look at those girls
So young so young
Still piss their pants
With their hope dogs mangy
'Cause their heart snakes lazy

Isn't summer special easy hair
Relax it wasn't locked tight
And you cased out the revenue
Always look for it easy

Family's something fixed
That's fine
You can not never move away
Keep in touch if their listening
If not then stay away

Hey that's really hard to say
If I didn't knock it now
I wouldn't knock it then
That's really hard to say
If I didn't knock it then
Why would I knock it now

Isn't summer special
Easy hair
Relax it wasn't locked
And you cased out all revenue
Always looked for it easy

Look at those boys
So young so young
Still piss their pants
With their hope dogs mangy
'Cause their heart snakes lazy


Lyrics submitted by wrat, edited by dicerly

"Summer Special" as written by Elizabeth Powell

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    General CommentI think this song does a good job of capturing the feeling of ambiguity that often comes with moving out of your parents house and reconciling your hard feelings around growing up versus the family you need throughout your life.
    spokenon January 09, 2009   Link
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    General Commentspoken's interpretation sounds pretty accurate to me. Especially with the "clean" version of the song.
    boohskeyon February 14, 2009   Link

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