Way to go
We'll live by the ocean
Way to go
You'll live there with me
Half an hour
Of pure devotion
Can really fuck
With a man's sanity

Its time to wake up and go for sure
Two down in the time it took to call
For cold yakisoba
More brings the balance that I adore
Time time going going gone
Not like its over

Way to go
Who'd believe it
Look at us now
Now its the best
Another hour
Of your devotion
Stick around
Now I'm a mess

Its time to wake up and go for sure
Two down in the time it took to call
For cold yakisoba
More brings the balance that I adore
Time time going going gone
Not like its over

Over you
Over nothing
Over you
Over nothing

Way to go
We'll live by the ocean
Way to go
You'll live there with me
Half an hour
Of pure devotion
Can really fuck
With a man's sanity

Way to go


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    I love this song, and I think Avoid One Thing is a great sideproject by Joe, the Bosstones bassist. I think this song is about two people being so in love with each other, that they are ready to just forget about everything and run off and live alone with each other by the ocean.

    Madcappunkon August 21, 2002   Link
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    yea this song is so awesome, and so is the band. i wish i could find lyrics to every second of every day. that song is awesome too

    KiwiQT4on September 03, 2002   Link

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