"Shotgun" as written by Wesley Louden Borland, William Frederick Durst, John Everett Otto and Samuel Robert Rivers....
There was a kid so low, he couldn't stand up
No money, no respect and too much bad luck
Desperation had gotten to him at last
It was dark

Dark alley and a shot gun blast
And I knew a man everyone thought
Was out of his mind
He had a cane and seemed to be around all the time

And it's a shame, when a car rolls past
It was dark
Dark alley and a shot gun blast
Shotgun - no one ever thinks about it
Until your out of your head


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"Shotgun" as written by Samuel Robert Rivers John Everett Otto

Lyrics © Universal Music Publishing Group

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