I don't know what's so proud about
I'd rather make it as a drop out
In fact i'd rather get kicked out
Or even thrown out
My heros have always been flunkies and drunk
And telling lies
My heros have always been flunkies and their drunks
And their telling lies
that's righ'
If you wonder where i'm at
I'll be down by the railroad tracks
If you wonder when i'm comin' back
Don't wonder
I'm never comin' back
Never coming back
Never coming back
I'll make it on my own
And my heros have always been drunkies
I don't know what you're so proud about
I'd rather make it as a drop out
I'd rather get kicked out
Or even thrown out
That's righ'
If you were offended when i dropped out
Well maybe you should be
Maybe you should be
If you wonder where i'm at
I'll be down by the railroad tracks
If you wonder when i'm comin' back
I'm never comin' back
I'm never comin' back
I'll make it on my own
I don't know what you're so proud about
I'd rather make it as a drop out
I don't know what you're so proud about
I'd rather make it as a drop out
And my heros have always been drunkies
And their telling lies
And their telling lies


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    General CommentThis is one of the most profound Devils songs there is. Its an anthem for the 1%ers and freaks and weirdos and no- accounts. You don't have to cowtow to what society says, you can make it on your own. Fucking- A- right.
    MD01GEISTon March 12, 2010   Link

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