"Everyone's in the Parking Lot" as written by Patrick Carrie, Robert Maclean, Justin Entsminger and Matthew Stephens....
When I was younger I was so optimistic
Got my records from a mail-order catalog
I'm in and out and I think too much
No one likes someone that ain't no fun.

But the venue is killing my eardrums,
The band that's playing is a bit too much.
The first band's so optimistic,
We're in the parking lot, everyone's in the parking lot.

I saw the room was filling up,
I didn't think anyone would come.
the second band is wrapping up,
the night's young I guess, I thought it was dead.

'Cause the venue is killing my eardrums,
The band that's playing is a bit too much.
The first band's so optimistic,
I'm in the parking lot, everyone's in the parking lot.

In the parking lot. I'm in the parking lot

Wouldn't want to give up, in a Tulsa parking lot,
everyone just showed up, in a Tulsa parking lot.
We don't mean to disrespect, in a Tulsa parking lot.
Everyone's outside, in a Tulsa parking lot.

The venue is killing my eardrums,
The band that's playing is a bit too much.
The first band's so optimistic

I'm in the parking lot, everyone's in the parking lot.


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    General CommentIt sounds like he's getting ready for a show. They're standing outside waiting to go on.
    myeyesrbrighton July 01, 2008   Link

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