"The Second Coming of Chris" as written by George Bret Alexander, Jeff Feltenberger, Paul Andrew Smith, Ron Simasek, Pete Palladino and Robert C. Welsh....
He'll be coming up 287
He'll be driving a rented car
He'll be carrying a key to heaven
And a box of Te-Amo cigars

You'll see him at your reunion
You'll see him at the orchid lounge
He works in NYC, got a cool goatee
Tell everyone he's back in town

We were starting to get concerned
We were wondering if he'd ever return
So gather 'round children or you shall miss
The second coming of Chris

He's acting so bored with existence
He's working for a music mag
Wants to get into radio promo
But that business can be such a drag

We were starting to get concerned
We were wondering if he'd ever return
So gather 'round children or you shall miss
It's the second coming of Chris

He's nothing but a trust fund baby
Swimming in the deep end of the old gene pool
Probably end up working for his parents
After he goes back to school

We were starting to get concerned
We were wondering if he'd ever return
So gather 'round children or you shall miss
the second coming of Chris

So give his pinkie ring a kiss
The second coming of Chris

Please sir, won't you tell us
Where the action is
It's the second coming of Chris


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"The Second Coming of Chris" as written by Jeff Feltenberger George Bret Alexander

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