Well, I hate my job; I work too hard
and my dog died yesterday
My son's a punk; he shoots up junk
and my mother just turned gay

I come home to a friggin' zoo
but it don't get me uptight
'Cause I live in a Lakeside trailer park
and everything's gonna be all right

Got doctor bills and legal ills
My wife's a fat old whore
My TV's broke; my life's a joke
and the Sheriff moved next door

But I don't frown
Don't get me down
I got somethin' good to say
'Cause I live in a Lakeside trailer park
and everything's gonna be okay

It's so serene
White and clean
quiet as a mouse
So safe in here
I could spend all year
My lovely aluminum house

Well, I bust my butt and I'm in a rut
But I earned everything that I own
From my AstroTurf to my Video Smurf
to my cordless telephone

You ask me, "Was it worth it all?"
I say "Yes" with all my might
'Cause I live in a Lakeside trailer park
and everything's gonna be all right

All right!


Lyrics submitted by JohnnyLurg

Lakeside Trailer Park song meanings
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