"Parking Lot" as written by Patrick Carrie, Robert Maclean, Justin Entsminger and Matthew Stephens....
When I was younger I was so optimistic
I bought records from a mail-order catalog
I made it out and I think too much
No one likes it when you ain't no fun

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

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

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

In the parking
I'm in the parking lot

I 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

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

In the parking lot,
I'm in the parking lot
In the parking lot,
Everyone's in the parking lot
In the parking lot,
Everyone's in the parking lot


Lyrics submitted by BashTheFash

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