Sometimes life can knock you down
Just gotta pick your ass up off the ground
Probably don't matter anyway
Cause in the end it's gonna be ok
Because life's a holiday

Don't want to go and work harder
Just to keep my head above water
Can't hear what teacher's trying to say
'cause it makes no sense now anyway
And tomorrow's another day
And I just want to play
Cause I know that we'll be OK
Cause life's a holiday

I'm sorry
For my, my blasphemy
It's just my way
And I'll stay
Because life's a holiday


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Holiday Lyrics as written by SCOTT RUSSO, ROBERT BREWER, STEVEN MORRIS, WADE YOUMAN, JOHN P. BELL

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    like he said lifes a holiday so fucking listen to the boy and listen to it!!!!

    StupidMeanGirlon June 07, 2002   Link
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    this song is (sic) and he's just saying life's a holiday DUH I LOVE SCOTT RUSSO

    surfy_chicon June 09, 2002   Link
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    awesome song to say fuck it all and have some fun while your young awesome

    PSYCHO697186on June 20, 2002   Link
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    basically sayin why work all ur life. enjoywhat time u have.. instead of workin to live, people are now living to work awesome song, hard rockin styles!! love it

    punk_tinkerbelon March 14, 2003   Link
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    I wrote this song down while i was sitting in detention, i think thats what they're doing in the video? i dunno, but this song fucking kicks my shoes and rocks my socks

    Adhesiveturtleon March 14, 2003   Link
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    my anthem

    sacrifice_for_life1on June 25, 2005   Link

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