I remember every little thing
Young blood and underfed
Days spent hidden from the world
Lips kissed by cigarettes

When we were wicked
Nothing could slow us down
So come on out and run with me tonight
Like we did when we owned this town

Don’t you want to feel like we did before
When time it didn’t matter
Dancing on the porch to the rock ‘n’ roll
Made you laugh, made you sing
Made you feel like you were someone

Four bands at a house show
On a three band bill
Five dollars got you in here
Now George Dickel’s gonna make you feel

There’s a party somewhere
Out on Highway 96
Ain’t got to worry about the cops coming
‘Cause it’s too far out in the sticks

So come on out
I know we’re older now
But I’ve still got the fire in me



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