jake and eggers are backed up against that wall
and i'm watching from the rooftops
'cause i'm smarter than you boys - sorry
i swear you never did a damn thing
but piss me off
but i got the keys to jake's car
so anyway this goes is fine really

in the neighborhood where everything
seems to be named for a rose
where homeless people
tend to congregate at kinkos
the drugs are wearing off
and you piss me off is written on my hand
and there's that train
that's always following me again

jake and eggers find some common ground
with kids i'd rather not have hang around
they leave for a career and i'm left to fight
which is something that i'm good at so once again it's totally alright

in a neighborhood where everything
seems to be named for a rose
where homeless people
tend to congregate at kinkos
you wrote me off
and that pisses me off my friend
and there's that train
that's always following me again

jake and eggers are backed up against that wall
i crawl down in the end 'cause were friends,
anyway that's the story
the kids are dancing
like they want to bust through the floor
i'm standing on the stage
'cause i wrote this song

in the neighborhood where everything
seems to be named for a rose
where homeless people
tend to congregate at kinkos
you wrote me off
and that pisses me off
and where are the drugs my friend?
and here's my train, it comes my way again


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Jake & Eggers song meanings
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    General CommentStraight from the Cloth's mouth...
    this song is based upon Jake & Meggers of the Casualties getting arrested for vandalism. Their one phone call from jail? To Jack!! "Jack! Take my keys, go move my car!" Jack instead took his keys, called a bunch of his friends, and apparently... drove to Atlantic City.

    Classic cloth, right there.
    Krakshoton January 25, 2011   Link

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