"Here comes the mayo" as written by Barry Anthony Ashworth, Molotov, and Jason Daniel O'bryan....
Danny said: Hey man, let's walk down the street
We can find us some friends if we just use our feet
But I shook my head, didn't know what to say
Cos Danny and Mary smokes two packs a day

I'm younger than I'll ever be
Still I'm older than I've ever been
And he must have thought I was sad about it cos he smiled
And shook my hand
And I said here it comes
Here comes the flood

And I took a walk as the wind pulled the tries
And all of my friends are into autumn leaves
I ran into Mary cos she walked there too
She said I am alright, the rent's due, how are you'

I said I'm younger than I'll ever be
Still I'm older than I've ever been
And she must have thought I was sad about it cos she
Smiled and touched my shin
She said here it comes
Here comes the flood

And all of them stores with their neon lights
With black leather jackets where you bought your life
The say If you got the money then I'll make a man out of
You
If you got the money then I'll make a man out of you
If Cecilia forgives me I'll do whatever I can do


Lyrics submitted by elmoz

"Here Comes the Flood" as written by Anton Annersand

Lyrics © Universal Music Publishing Group

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