I see you now
It feels just like the old days
When life was SNES
We knew the codes and all the secret levels
That Francis was best at
Putting us all to shame in Golden Eye
An omen of things to come with Halo

Well Beth and Liz
I wish we could have shown you rock-stardom with Paperface
When we were kids in Litchfield, Arizona, and you came to our place
Telling the legends of the potions
Grown-ups were showing no emotions

And so we said
"What do they know?
They don't know nothing at all
What do they know?
They don't know nothing at all
What do they know?
They don't know nothing at all"

Nick, I call and try to rile you up
"How's your woman? Is Nicky in love?"
Yeah, but then you put me in my place
And answered me, "Yeah,
And I think we're getting hitched
This love you can trust
You want to write a song for us?"

Well, cousin Nick
I don't know how you did it
But Nick, to Kat, you must be Katnip
She knows your codes
She knows your secret levels
And loves you despite it
This is a game that's never-ending
This is a game that's everlasting

What do they know?
They don't know nothing at all
What do they know?
They don't know nothing at all
Auntie, Uncle, you don't know nothing at all
What do they know?
They don't know nothing at all



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