"Aluminum Park" as written by and James Edward Olliges Jr....
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You can care if you wanna
You can care if you don't
But c'mon it's a big big world now
You gotta get what you want
Got no lack of frustration
Got no lack of disease
But c'mon it's a big big world now
You gotta like what you see... and I do

Well you can ride, ride, ride on down to the aluminum park
Well you can ride, ride, ride on down with your head in the dark
Well, its a little bit important to me
You get a whole lot of what you need
So you can ride, ride, ride, on down to the aluminum park
Ride!


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"Aluminum Park" as written by James Edward Olliges Jr

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    General Commentto you, business executives
    erybodywakeupon June 13, 2008   Link
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    General Commentto you, business executives
    erybodywakeupon June 13, 2008   Link
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    General Commentshould the second line read, "You WON'T care if you don't" ??

    And thank you, I am a business exec and if I listened to this song every morning I'd probably, one day, just keep driving...South preferably.
    madullaon August 18, 2008   Link
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    General CommentI dont think its limited to just business executives. I think the barrel is aimed at politicians and other big decision makers.

    An aluminum park is slang for a junk yard. It sounds like James' is accompanying some nameless big wig down to a scrap yard to "get a whole lot of what (he) needs). Although there is no lack of problems (frustration, desease), this gentleman is going keep the blinders on (ride on down with your head in the dark) and take what he needs.

    This is about as political as MMJ gets, which I certainly appreciate. Theres no shortage of clowns with a microphone and half baked ideas of how to fix the world.
    TennesseeFireon August 22, 2008   Link
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    General Comment"Got no lack of disease" sounds right.
    Rooster2628on July 02, 2009   Link
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    General CommentIt relates to drugs for me. One because supposedly junkies got their name from returning scrap metal for money. Two, because shooting cocaine makes everything sound metal
    weallhumalongon August 11, 2009   Link
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    General CommentIn case anyone is still stumped, I believe the song is a message to the listener. The aluminum park represents a place you may have played as child, and he's urging you now, as an adult, to get out in the world and play. Play your own game, make your own way, and enjoy it like you did when you were a kid.
    firstimecalleron August 31, 2015   Link

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