Oh, Life on the outside ain't what it used to be.
Y'know, the world's gone crazy,
and it ain't safe on the streets.
Well, it's a drag, I know,
there's only one place to go.
Baby, back where I come from,
I'm comin' home.

Oh, Life on the inside ain't what it used to be.
Y'know, the kids have gone crazy,
and they'll stick you for a slice of cheese.
Oh, it's a drag, I know,
there's only one place to go.
Baby, back where I come from,
I'm comin' home.

(Hey, man. I got an idea.
I know a way we can get outta here.
You know that laundry room in Cell Block Four?
Well, there's a tile that goes right through the floor.
We'll be in Mexico in a week and a half,
and we can just sit back and laugh.)

Oh, yeah! (x4)

Yeah! (x7)

Well, lights out, baby.
Yeah, it looks like the end for me.
Last meals comin',
it's the chicken and the rice and beans.
Well, it's a drag, I know,
but everybody's gotta go.
They're waitin' for me down below,
I'm comin' home.

Oh, yeah,
I'm comin' home. (x3)


Lyrics submitted by Yogurto, edited by xxaaron04xx, athan615

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    General CommentSuperjail rules on so many levels, but having this kick ass theme song just adds to its awesome.
    gabbagabbaheygirlon September 01, 2009   Link
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    General CommentI actually first heard this song in Skate 3. More specifically, it's in the intro to the game. Superjail looks pretty awesome, so I think I'll watch it. Here's a link to the intro of Skate 3 for anyone who wants to see it; it's pretty cool and has to do with jail, haha. Song fits perfectly.

    youtube.com/…
    VirtualZon March 27, 2011   Link
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    General CommentThe song was purposefully made as the theme song for Superjail.

    Anyway, awesome song, obvious meaning.
    Mac3030on May 28, 2011   Link
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    General Commenti heard this song in the opening of superjail (best show ever wish it had new episodes) and i'ts stuck in my head XD it's such a good song!
    Queen Anarchyon November 20, 2014   Link

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