remember me joanna
we were only 17
you took me to places most teengers have never been
didnt need no room or bed because we had your car
ask you if you'd marry me
you said "no!" cause one day i'll be a star

highschool, it was rough on me
i dont think that i was cool
especially when you dumped me in front of everyone
you called me a fool
said its nothing personal
i just wasnt on par
how can i date a big fat loser
when one day im gonna be a star

you graduated with honors joanna
while i was on the five year plan (plan)
i swore i'd win you back joanna
things will be different when i become a man

college was much easier
party'd every nite
but everytime i fucked a girl
i saw your face, turn off the lights
now i'm in the work force
spend nite time in a bar
often when i think of you
i wonder, did you ever become a star

it was dicki's bachelor party
and everyone was there
then i got so faded that i
chipped a toothe when i fell down the stairs
time for a private lap dance, it wasnt very far
you said hi my names' joanna, im a 50 dollar and hour star

that made me laugh y'all
do u remember me joanna (yeah)
do u remember me cause i remember you
i remember when you danced in that play
you wore that dress and that flower lei
'member me joanna
i had those plaid shorts, i bought the plaid shorts
size 42 plaid shorts i was wearing in izod
'member me joanna cause i sure as fuck remember you
'member me joanna, remember me joanna
yeah anna oh

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    General CommentThis song is awesome. I love bargain music and Josh Fischel. This songs meaning is pretty obvious. He dated a girl in high school but she dumped him because she was going to "be a star". She couldn't date or marry a guy like him and be a star. He moves on and runs into her at a strip club where she works. He got his revenge.
    madcaddieon February 04, 2008   Link

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