"Wide Right Turns" as written by and Chad Stokes Urmston Bradley Joseph Corrigan....
Everybody put your lights on
Everybody stand up 'cause the fight's on
Everybody stand up 'cause the fight's on
Everybody stand up 'cause the fight's on

Save your words and
Ya save your speeches
As we gather in the main street for light pieces
And when the cobbler's son has got no shoes
You will bear your tongue for the language that you use
Save your words and
Ya save your speeches
As we gather in the main street for light pieces
And when the cobbler's son has got no shoes
You will bear your tongue for the language that you use

And I got one question
Can you tell me that
Can a zip gun
Can endure like that

Wide right turns
If you can't see my mirrors then I can't see you
Wide right turns
If you can't see my mirrors then I can't see you
Wide right turns
If you can't see my mirrors then I can't see you


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"Wide Right Turns" as written by Chad Stokes Urmston Bradley Joseph Corrigan

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    General Comment-The "Wide Right Turns" part is in reference to their van, Wimpy!
    -They have a "Wide Right Turns" sticker on the back of the van!
    -WTF does the rest mean tho?
    17077218on February 01, 2006   Link
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    General CommentReally just seems like a come-back or something.
    AzuraAzenathon March 15, 2010   Link

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