The bank keeps calling.
Win't I ever get a chance to forget you.
I thought when you took off
in your stolen Honda you were gone...
I guess I was wrong.
But I never meant you harm,
and I never did hope you ill.
I know you heard the song.
I'm sure you denied how it made you feel.
I was you laugh it off.
Yeah, I'm still bitter,
and it's justified.
Independence day in '98
you stood at my left side.
I can still remember
late at night singin' Paul Simon songs.
But that was in the past...
you better not call me now.
You could always deny
how it made you feel.


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Stolen Honda song meanings
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    General CommentPretty self-explanatory, but what great opening lines! I'm still floored after all these years.

    "I can call you Betty. Betty when you call me, you can call me Al." :)

    pandashakeon August 06, 2011   Link
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    General CommentAlso, the lyric is "I saw you laugh it off." Slightly different meaning with the word "was" there.
    pandashakeon August 06, 2011   Link

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