We came in and made a mess, pitched a tent in your living room. someone's stolen Lucien's vest, when no one's here things are jejune. solitaire's not just for one, Monday night we'll have a game. doesn't matter whose team you're on, Cleveland wins it either way. we missed you so and we don't want to go yet. why can't we be home at calumet? i got just one hour of sleep, too much sabbath in my head. ron jon's stressed beyond belief so get your feet off of the bed. Jude is climbing up the walls, she hates D. Creek as much as me. i'm not here if someone calls, unless it's from apartment three. we'll miss you so and we don't want to go yet. why can't we be home at 38 calumet? what's that melody i hear? hard and straight's what pays the bills. sing-song english harmonies, much too clever, makes me ill. before i go just one last thing, i just want all of you to know. we'll be back in early spring, unless this van decides to blow.


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    General CommentI always thought this song sounded like the theme from a tv show that should have been.
    cdconnon March 21, 2005   Link
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    General CommentIt has a happy ring but yet not like an unfettered high just a good old realistic happiness. If anyone has lyrics for any song off of RIP please post them :)
    truherkeron July 16, 2005   Link
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    General Commentyeah man Lunatic needs to be posted. Is D. Creek a refrence to Dawson's Creek. I always chuckle when I hear the words "pitched a tent"
    mic25on April 05, 2006   Link
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    General CommentCalumet is a street in Boston. I have definitely walked by it before, but I didn't realize their was a song named after it. So, I'm guessing that is where these dudes lived. A lot of college kids live in that area because it's cheap rent, well cheap for Boston.
    nickyeah1on April 02, 2007   Link

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