It's Friday night
What's going on tonight
I'll see her later on tonight

But now it's time to roll
This somber state is getting old
Well I never do what I am told
So now we're gonna roll
And now we're gonna roll

With the top down seat back rollin' in my Cadillac
With the top down seat back rollin' in my Cadillac

We order another round
My girl's nowhere to be found
I hope she gets here soon before I'm fallin' down

Cause now I'm all torn up
I feel like I might throw up
Then I get word my girl's showin' up
So now I'm gonna roll
And now I'm gonna roll

With the top down seat back rollin' in my Cadillac
With the top down seat back rollin' in my Cadillac

Rollin'
With the top down seat back rollin' in my Cadillac
Self control knowing right from wrong is what I lack
Top down seat back
Rollin' in my Cadillac

Top down seat back wi wi wi wi with the
Top down seat back wi wi wi wi wi with the
Top down seat back top down seat back top down seat back
Rollin' in my Cadillac

Rollin' in my Cadillac
Top down seat back wi wi wi wi with the
Top down seat back seat back seat back
With the top down seat back wi wi wi wi wi with the
Top down seat back top down seat back

Rollin'
With the top down seat back rollin' in my Cadillac
Self control knowing right from wrong is what I lack
Top down seat back
Rollin' in my Cadillac
Top down seat back
Rollin' in my Cadillac
Top down seat back
Rollin' in my Cadillac


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  • +1
    General Comment

    This song really doesent sound like mest, for all those that hear it on the radio, buy the single if they come out with one, or listen to their other stuff first so you don't think they suck, they really arent this type of band

    Starloreon March 13, 2002   Link
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    General Comment

    I agree. I wouldn't have believed this was them if it wasn't for Tony's voice. If you like them because of this song, you might not like them when you hear their other songs. It's not a bad song, but it's not them.

    Phyxiuson April 12, 2002   Link
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    This is a very good song....it makes a good change to all of Mest's other songs, i was suprised when i first heard it but now ive grown to love it, really good song!

    jindivikon April 14, 2002   Link
  • 0
    General Comment

    I agree with what everyone else said that this is not a typical mest song. But this song absolutely sucks. Mest is probably one of my favorite punk bands but this song is awful. Listen to something else by them.

    h2okidon May 04, 2002   Link
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    General Comment

    I agree with what everyone else said that this is not a typical mest song. But this song absolutely sucks. Mest is probably one of my favorite punk bands but this song is awful. Listen to something else by them.

    h2okidon May 04, 2002   Link
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    General Comment

    yea everyone is rite this is definately not one of mest's 'normal' songs. this song is still alright but they have many more songs that are alot better than this one.

    MestFaNatic82on May 09, 2002   Link
  • 0
    General Comment

    heck yea

    IbNon May 11, 2002   Link
  • 0
    General Comment

    I like it....but its really not mest. lol, i sound like everyone else. but, i guess its true then ... heh

    thursdayROCKSon May 13, 2002   Link
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    this song is fucking one of the best songs they have......shows that they were experementing.....then they liked it....and made it into a song..its pirdy chillin

    chulavistaon May 27, 2002   Link
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    When I first heard this song, I thought, "What the hell?" because "Wasting Time" was so good. The only reason I like it now is that every time they play Cadillac at a show, Jeremiah dances around. It's definitely something to behold.

    XKillerXon May 29, 2002   Link

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