I stole a box of appliances
From a strip mall in your hometown
I sent ‘em to you at the station
In case you want to spin your juice around
From your past life in the kick line
You used to give all your tips to God
I sent my meat truck door to door
While you were cheering for the squad

You’re the black sheep of the family
And when the black sheep learns to kill
You can leave Big Thighs, New Jersey
With a great big space to fill

There’s [?] in the second grade
As little Lenny when he bought the farm.
There’s Christina on her promenade
And there’s Christina with a broken arm
What kind of film were we using back then
And tried to take one for the team?
Who wrote the words to the songs we sang?
The death reggae of our dreams


Long before I invented you
Before your lips were pierced with pain
I threw your thigh bones on the fireplace
I watched you streaking in the rain
Now you’re living in a school bus
I hear that you’re running with a stud
I’d like to see you with your uniform
Laying open in the mud



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