"LDA" as written by and Zachary Carper Maxwell Atom Kuehn....
Used you when I was lonely since I was 18
You were the one and only, guy I would see.
Dyed my hair and got skinny, just ‘cause you told me to.
People just wouldn’t believe me
When I tell them it was you
It was you.

Bye, LDA
My life won’t be the same.

Dyed my hair and got skinny, just ‘cause you told me to.
People just wouldn’t believe me
When I told 'em it was you
It was you.

Bye, LDA
My life won’t be the same.
Bye, LDA
My life won’t be the same.


Lyrics submitted by rottenzuko, edited by godbowstomath

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    General CommentThere's a radio spot Fidlar did where guitarist/singer Zac Carper introduces this song as being "about [guitarist/singer] Elvis [Kuehn]'s fake ID." Apparently "LDA" are the initials of the actual owner of the ID. Drummer Max Kuehn (Elvis's brother) said it sounds "like a gay love song, but it's actually not." I'd have to agree, though you have to wonder if Elvis intended the listener to get that impression.
    godbowstomathon January 07, 2014   Link

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