Do you remember when we were in Brooklyn and we roofed the (? frizz)
We made a human totem pole to get it down
When it was found it was passed to me at once I skipped it off the ground and sent that love straight down

There is no word for it when you are ready for everything
This is what you said while blinking your eyes so rapidly and cool

Everything looks good when you're running free
Everything looks good in NYC
Everything sounds good when you're running free
Everything looks good to me

There is no word for it when you are ready for everything
This is what you said, while blinking your eyes so rapids and cool

Bad dah dah bah dah buh

Do you remember when we were in Brooklyn we roofed the (? frizz)
We made a human totem pole to get it down
When it was found it was passed to me at once I skipped it off the ground and sent that love straight down into the underground


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    General CommentI had trouble with that first line too, but it's "Do you remember when we were in Brooklyn and we roofed the fris?"

    As in, when we threw the frisbee on the roof.
    killyourfamilyon July 28, 2009   Link

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