"Jimmy" as written by Gerald V. Casale and Mark Allen Mothersbaugh....
Well I kinda feel sorry for jimmy
Yeah but you don't know the whole story he wasn't a nice guy
What ya mean?
Let me tell ya

Jimmy's in a wheel chair and I don't care
He used to walk his dog
And then he'd beat him good
Like his pretty wife

And now they're up and gone
And jimmy's in a wheelchair and I don't care
He was the president
Of a company

He kept his workers poor
He'd lie and cheat and steal
Well when justice strikes
Well every once in a while

It makes a bullseye hit
Well every once in a while
He used to yell and scream
Until his son would cry

Then he'd run him down
Well he don't run no more
Jimmy's in a wheelchair and I don't care
He got big and fat

And he was ridin' high
Makin' lots of cash
Trashin' others' lives
Now jimmy's in a wheelchair and I don't care

Lord he had it comin'
Now he's cryin' in his beer
Lord have mercy on this man


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"Jimmy" as written by Mark Allen Mothersbaugh Gerald V. Casale

Lyrics © Warner/Chappell Music, Inc.

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