Every Saturday we get a game down in the park
And we drink our beers until the afternoon grows dark
There’s no audience but that don’t mean a thing
We’ll still be there till the early spring
And that’s life (ba ba ba…)
Oh and sometimes it’s okay (ba ba ba…)
Jennifer likes to take her car wash in the rain
And she puts her top down and releases all the pain
She says “Hey mister is that the best wash you can get
Cause I’ve been through here seven times and I barely got it wet”
And it’s life (Ba ba ba…)
Oh and sometimes it okay (ba ba ba…)
And it’s life (ba ba ba…)
Oh and sometimes it okay (ba ba ba…)
Oh sometimes…

Johnny live out west where the ocean met the land
Sat on top of an earthquake with a cigarette in his hand
Lights the small fire and says “well this may be my last”
But Johnny how could you leave us now, you have an empty glass.
But that’s life (ba ba ba…)
Oh by sometimes it okay (ba ba ba…)
And it’s life (ba ba ba…)
And sometimes it’s okay
All alone here (all alone here..)
And sometimes it’s okay
All alone here (all alone here…)
(ba ba ba…)
Ahh sometimes it’s okay
Oh.
That’s life



Lyrics submitted by Danielle1987

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