JD lives on my street, stole his father's car
Drove it through the garage door
So poor now working at the corner store
Indentured to the damages, Manotick, and finishing school.
This song makes him want to dance
Got to dance now, on the street you grew up on
This song makes him want to dance
Like hips are attached to his tongue in a toaster.
Do you, do you do? Do you do
Do the Doot do doo doo?
Do you, do you do? Do you do
Do the Doot do doo doo?
Monday, paving up the country
High walling, dry walling
Hoping that the sun sets soon
Pay day, walking to the beer store
We used to have a bar where
The Famous Lovers drank.
It's gone, makes me want to dance
Got to Dance now, on the street you grew up on
This song makes you got to dance on gravel lots,
Roof tops, of broken teeth buildings.
Do you, do you do? Do you do
Do the Doot do doo doo?
Do you, do you do? Do you do
Do the Doot do doo doo?
Do ya?
She likes shake shake shake.
Do you, do you do? Do you do
Do the Doot do doo doo?
Do you, do you do? Do you do
DO the Doot do doo doo?
Do ya?
The way a week can take so long
And nothing ever changes
The way he still lives on my street
Like nothing ever changes
Even if the town you grew up in is gone now
Do the Doot do doo doo and you get home


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