"Tuckered Out" as written by Clint Patrick Black and Hayden Nicholas....
Sometimes, I feel better off without you anywhere
And I'll sit here for awhile
Think of things that'll make you smile
Realizing hopes of better days
Wait for, another chance to be with you
Can't wait to tell you, the thing I haven't said to you
I"ll never, never see you again
Will we, wait forever,
Or just until the stars come out
Will we, ever see December
Or will the summertime just swallow us up

Sometimes, I feel better off without you anywhere
And I'll sit here for awhile
Think of things that'll make you smile
Realizing hopes of better days
Wait for, another chance to be with you
Can't wait to tell you, everything I haven't said to you
I'll never, ever see you again
Will we, wait forever
Or just until the stars come out
Will we, ever see December
Or will the summertime just swallow us up

Will we, wait forever
Or just until the stars come out
Will we, ever see December
Or will the summertime just swallow us up
Will we, wait forever
Or just until the stars come out
Will we, ever see December
Or will the summertime just swallow us,
Summertime just swallow us,
Summertime just swallow us up


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"Tuckered Out" as written by Hayden Nicholas Clint Patrick Black

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    General CommentThe riffs at the start are so great - his voice reminds me of Alkaline Trio somehow...
    inlieuon August 06, 2002   Link
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    General Commentthis is the only song that i have ever heard by them, but i really really like it. i love the lyrics. id like to see them live,
    GCevilQueen182on August 19, 2002   Link
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    General CommentAren't the lyrict "...or will the summertime just swallow us -whole-" instead of "...swallow us up?" Just checking. And this song kicks ass.
    myheartslearningon May 11, 2003   Link

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