you won't tell anyone you're lousy with secretspoke my eye out I'll lost me left side you canflip me over like a record or a turtle which everyou prefer one way I'll keep spinning the otherI'll die in the sun her sad crush to an ugly boylike me when you run I just walk fast you can bethe big shot just don't shoot yourself let me putthis away and I'll come complain with you Iremember them standing in the circle.


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    i love piebald. i love this song. so melodic. heavy bass. doesnt everyone like the way i say 3 words sentences?

    dr.jacobon June 17, 2002   Link
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    you had 1 sentence where you used 3 words there, bub.

    john_tibbettson August 06, 2002   Link
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    I think mr. Tibbetts pointed out the fact that Dr. Jacob needs to return to school.

    Squirrelboton August 22, 2002   Link
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    agreed.

    Midtownon September 09, 2002   Link
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    well i wasnt trying to be specific, silly geese. i was trying to poke fun at my lack of vocabulary/thought because i really didnt have anything to say about the song other than "i love this song" lax up yo

    dr.jacobon March 06, 2003   Link
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    this song is so beautiful. the opening bass line alone brings a tear to my eye. i love this song. i love piebald.

    patientboyon March 10, 2003   Link
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    Regardless of the size of your words or sentences, I think we can all agree that this song (along with every other Piebald song in existence) rocks the boat.

    I'm in love with Piebald.

    Sepulchraveon December 14, 2004   Link

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