"Repo Man" as written by and Jeremy Matthew Messersmith....
Fourteen years I was sober
I worked hard for my pay
Left my tithe at the alter
Closed my eyes when I prayed

But I'm the repo man and nobody weeps for me

The ground is cold in Minnesota
Cotton falling on the town
I share this hill with a willow
But he never makes a sound


Lyrics submitted by ryanalbertjohnomar

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    General CommentThis song really means a lot to me, so ill just use my life history to describe this song.
    For three years i was sober: that was when i was still in high school.
    I worked hard for my pay: i struggled hard to make a lot of friends in my school.
    Left my tithe at the alter
    Closed my eyes when I prayed: i finally got what i wanted so bad.
    The ground is cold in Minnesota: But now that am through with high school i've lost all my friends and the place that brought me joy now brings nothing but sadness.
    Cotton falling on the town: why does it keep raining here.
    I share this hill with a willow: I still have their pictures in my hand, they will always be with me.
    But he never makes a sound: But its just a picture, it wont bring them back.
    But I'm the repo man and nobody weeps for me: I keep crying when i remember the good times, and it always leaves me wondering if they cry too whenever they remember me.................................... I guess not
    Mume45on April 19, 2014   Link

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