"Rowboat" as written by and Beck Hansen....
Rowboat, row me to the shore
She don't want to be my friend no more
She dug a hole in the bottom of my soul
She don't want to be my friend no more

Pick me up, gimme some food to eat
In your truck, goin' no place
I'll be home, talkin' to nobody
You'll be strange, you'll be far away

Big fat moon
And my body's out of tune
With the burnin' waves
She's a billion years away
Dog food on the floor
And I been like this before
She is all
And everything else is small

Pick me up, gimme some alcohol
In your truck, playin' the radio
I'll be home with the gasoline
You'll be stoned, you'll be far away

Rowboat, row me to the shore
She don't want to be my friend no more
She dug a hole in the bottom of my soul
She is all and everything else is small


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"Rowboat" as written by Beck Hansen

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    General Commentno comments for this masterpiece?? you do know that johnny cash chose this song to cover on one of his albums! its an amazing song
    rkzon March 22, 2007   Link
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    General Commentshe is all / and everything else is small ... I like it for its minimalism. Even after the breakup, with his broken heart, with her a million miles away and never coming back, he still worships her. Sad song, but with a light mood. Genius songwriting in my opinion.
    MuToiD_MaNon January 23, 2008   Link
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    General CommentI'de hate to brake this to ya guys. I love the song too it is beautiful but a rowboat is a syringe. specifically a 1 cc slammers syringe. I'm not proud that i know that and don't go repeatin that (you could get a bad impressions) but once again trust me it's true.
    Scofflawon November 30, 2010   Link

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