"Peanut '93" as written by Chuck Cleaver, Randy Cheek, David R. Morrison and John Erhardt....
Peanut rides his bike around
The drive-in in the daytime
Bagging trash and hanging up
The speakers on their poles

When he finds a bottle
He imagines women drinking from it
What it looked like, how it sounded
Trickling down their throats

Peanut has a brother, lost his father
Hardly sees his mother
Once a month he visits
At her trailer near the lake

Sometimes when it's not too humid
Chances are you'll catch him spearing
Shiners in the spill-way
With a nail on a stick

Peanut knows a guy
His name is Mike, he's not too bright
He says he'll suck you for a cigarette
Down underneath the bridge

This very thought disgusts him
"I don't see how you could trust him."
He says, "If I get my pecker sucked,
It sure won't be by him."


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"Peanut '93" as written by David R. Morrison Chuck Cleaver

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