you and me and your brother
spent the summer
catching
crawfish in the creek
mosquito bites spitting watermelon seeds

your mama's
pork fat grits
stacking pennies on the railraod tracks
got drunk on homemade
gin
and robbed the general store

got a hiding and a licking
and a seeing
to
boy my butt was sore
was your butt sore too

victoria anne victoria
anne
don't ride your bike behind the fog man
victoria anne victoria
anne
don't ride your bide behind the fog man
you'll regret it someday
but
why, I cannot say

wonderbread and mayonnaise sandwiches
smoking jimpson
weed cigars
sitting in the swamps
I saw a haint
no you d'aint

slinging
cemetary stones
wearing spanish curly moss wigs
chasing chiggers in my
hair
you gave me ringworm scabies and the lice
yes I did but it was not my
fault

daddy says there's a devil in the woods
and he's got his eye on
me
leaning on his shiny cane
gonna take me away for all my evil deeds

but
it was you that chucked the kittens in the river
I threw you in straight
after
laughing falling on the fire ant hill
tore my clothes off and jumped
right in

running naked down the street
your mama screaming chasing us as
fast as she can
calling come home goddamn

victoria anne victoria
anne
don't ride your bike behind the fog man
victoria anne victoria
anne
don't ride your bide behind the fog man
you'll regret it someday
but
why, I cannot say


Lyrics submitted by HalfOranges

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