I've never known what made you get up and go
And what pushed you over the edge,
When we were up on the roof
Was it the truth when you said
You never made a single difference.
Did you get it in your head
That things are better left unsaid
when you up and left town now?
Did you need to rearrange
Or did you need to make a change
Rather than just rotting the place
We used to hang around?
I know that things have gotta change,
I know your never coming back to this town.

I wonder where you've gone,
Who you're with;
I still ask myself,
Where the hell is Mike Sinkovich?

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    General CommentMike Sinkovich ran away from the suburbs of New Jersey to God-knows-where. It questions why in a fictious conversation with him.
    The_Rabbit42on February 21, 2002   Link
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    General CommentI heard this was about a friend of the guys' who unexpectedly left town without telling anyone, and Vinny is wondering what's happened to him, and why he left like that. Easy enough.
    quoth_the_ravenon May 24, 2002   Link
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    General Commentfucking hell rabbit42, again u just copy it of the lessthanjake website dont be a hack and make it look like you think of this stuff! AHHHH anyway this is an amazing song and its not just bout some guy , ppl listen to less than jake songs and think that there just really little and meaningless its more than that!
    LessThanJake4Lifeon December 21, 2004   Link
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    General CommentLessThanJake4Life, I think you're missing the point of the site. You're SUPPOSED to explain where the song came from. At least The_Rabbit42 is getting their information from a valid source.
    Deadbaton July 30, 2006   Link
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    General Commentever notice how just about all less than jake songs have to deal with moving away from your hometown, just wondering if anyone esle caught that
    lineandsinker62on July 21, 2007   Link

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