"Kyle's Song" as written by and Rob Derhak Chuck Garvey....
With cowboy boots upon his feet,
Look both ways before you cross the street.
I saw you flying like a superstar,
Off the hood of some offending car.

The ambulance came right away.
Across the street, I heard him say:
"Al I got hit by a car,
You're a good friend Al, that's what you are."

Crushed like green velour,
You can't keep him down.
Who will mind the store
When Kyle's out of town?

Crushed like green velour,
You can't keep him down.
Who will mind the store
When Kyle's out of town?

Kyle got hurt pretty bad.
I guess he earned his victim badge.
He's an eagle scout with broken bones.
Eating Percosets and ice cream cones.

9:30 Club seems far away.
But I swear I still can hear him say:
"Al I got hit by a car.
You're a good friend Al, that's what you are."

Crushed like green velour,
You can't keep him down.
Who will mind the store
When Kyle's out of town?

Crushed like green velour,
You can't keep him down.
Who will mind the store
When Kyle's out of town?


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"Kyle's Song" as written by Chuck Garvey Al Schnier

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    General CommentSeems like it's about Al's friend Kyle getting hit by a car, at least the verses. The chorus is confusing. Classic moe.
    Pigcanflyon June 04, 2016   Link

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