"Fast Jabroni" as written by and John Paul/schwarz Pitts....
Come pick me up in the morning.
I know you've probably thought about it too.
Otherwise I'll never leave my oven.
My arms and legs they would grow soft with you.

Come pick me up in the morning
And we can find a hole to crawl into.
We're still pretending to be lightweights.
My arms and legs they would grow soft.

Behind his smile is nothing.
Long hair's a signal to the wandering eye.
Anytime I'll leave my coffin gladly.
My arms and legs they would grow soft and die.

Someone broke into my heart
Or beat it into my head.
Several hours to drive home,
Or fall asleep instead?

So think it over.
Just think it over, don't let me down.
So think it over.
Just think it over, I'll be around.


Lyrics submitted by dcba

"Fast Jabroni" as written by Thomas Fekete John Paul Pitts

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    General Commentthis song is so good.
    nico-101on March 12, 2010   Link
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    General CommentLeading up to the where the singing starts, the song is such a big, driving, Springsteen/Marlboro Country wall of sound. But then when the vocals begin, they're so direct and personal and heartfelt. A great combination or juxtaposition that really works for me.

    I can't really follow all of the details about whose driving where and all that, but I think the basic meaning of the song is pretty straightforward- boy has been smitten with girl, hopes/expects that the feeling is mutual, and wants to find out what comes next.

    Getting back to the intro, and the melodic theme with the rising octaves, if that's what the are- that is why the song works so well- the combination of the big wide open landscape of a sound and the direct, pure, personal message of the lyric- because the lyrics, and the vocals, express such pure and unabashed confidence, and that is exactly what the music behind the singing sounds like. It sounds like its all good and can only get better. No wonder that listening to this song makes us feel good and confident and happy too.
    dcbaon March 13, 2010   Link

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