Late night at Penn State,
We exit from the bar, stagger up the stairs and wish we had a car.
‘Cos it’s a long walk home and pretty fucking cold.
We chat with skins we meet,
About the days of old and bands from skating days.
gbh and Tendencies.
Black Flag and Kennedys.
And everything in between,
Into a crash course of just what skins enjoy.
They hollered loud and proud.
Oi! Oi! Oi! Oi!

So raise your fist in skinhead bliss.
So raise your fist to a way of life.

We start our voyage home,
Out in the bitter cold.
And in a drunken state,
We travel up the road.
Slowly step by step we drag our drunken guide.
Up pulls the rhino yelling
“Hey would you like a ride?”

Oi! Oi! To the albino rhino.
Oi! Oi! To the new friends we made.
Oi! Oi! To the albino rhino.

So raise you fist like this, in joyous skinhead bliss.
So raise your fist like this.
Raise your fist now like this.

We reached our place at last and chatted over bears
And listened to stories of a skinhead pioneer.
Then said goodbye and it was nearly dawn.
I thanked them for the ride and travelled on.
If you’re ever at Penn State
And exit from the bar
And stagger up the stairs
And wish you had a car
And walking in the cold is what you don’t enjoy,
Look for the rhino van and holler,
Oi! Oi! Oi!

Lyrics submitted by Harry Manback

Albino Rhino song meanings
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    General Commenti think that this song is pretty different from the other dfd-songs bacause it's not symbolic in the same way. it seems to me that it's about the skinhead-culture and how theese people are just nice and friendly. well.. it hink that it's prette obvious, but you can't really be sure when it comes to dfd. the best band ever and this is the ultimate festival-song!!!
    even though you're not an oi-skinhead ;)
    TX9on June 06, 2003   Link
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    General Commentmost definately TX9, this song is about the skinhead movement. DFD coming from the DC-Baltimore area would have known alot about this, because that part of the east coast is where much of it all began.
    SystemBrandenon February 23, 2005   Link
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    General CommentThe one line should be "We reached our place at last and chatted over beers" and not "We reached our place at last and chatted over bears."

    Great song BTW!
    Arntoron November 30, 2011   Link

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