"Exterior Street Day" as written by Grant Evan Widmer and Edward Bartlett Joyner....
I saw your picture and I don’t know where it stops
You stand in the parkin’ lot kickin’ up rocks
And I’m, I’m bein’ a general shrew
Makin’ a face, givin’ in too
Your sister never had another normal year
Your little brother had a terrible fear
And I know you’re never comin’ back from the dead
I saw your friends at your building and they all said

Oh-ay-oh, oh-ay-oh
We could all see it comin’ all along
Nobody could get through

And when they sent you back to Boston,
Your best friend called, she said "Stephanie lost some"
But it, it was nothing compared to this no

I thought I caught ‘em underestimating everything
I was exhausted from investigating every single
Modicum of bitterness and nothing less than levitating
Every day’s a dime a dozen
Everyone’s a wolf in waiting

Oh-ay-oh, oh-ay-oh
We could all see it comin’ all along
Nobody could get through

You know you make it so hard on yourself
You are the ghost of 18
I recognize it 'cause I do the same thing
Isn’t that what everybody knows
I don’t know anybody else that could give up so much so fast
You were still so when the dirty old drunks pass
Let it go Let it go
You always want to know if I hear where you go,
But I don’t hear anything anymore


Lyrics submitted by demyelinated

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