Couldn't get him to show me the secret handshake
Though he hadn't been to the Mason hall in forty years
He wouldn’t let me wear his ring or his fez or anything
It's just the one thing he'd keep, the one thing he'd keep
The one thing he figured he'd keep for himself

Wouldn't give me the ride to South Pearl Street
'Cause he didn’t want me running with the people down there
And when I asked him why, he said he's from a different time
And he's the last one I thought, the last one I thought
The last one that I thought would disappoint me

Loaded up his car on a snow day for some skiing
But the state police warned us not to drive anywhere
So I had to switch gears and reduce him to tears
And it's the people you break, the people you break
The people you break who know you the best
And it's the people you break, the people you break
The people you break that know you the best
And it's the people you break, the people you break
The people you break who know you the best


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