Someone call a doctor before we go to heaven.
Buddy has a shot and he's losing lots of fluid.
I don't know what happened, all I know is that he caught a bullet in his belly.
I think he's gonna speak now someone get him water.

And he said..

"Oh my friends don't be upset.
These things happen so don't forget what it means to be healed,
and what is precious of assistants.
Oh but I've gone and blown it over nothing..
I love my stomach."

Before he finished speaking he tries to get up.
Then we heard the sirens, everyone was too late.
What was this kid thinking? Why'd he have to do that?
It wasn't 'til his funeral did he understand what happened.

..he dropped his gun.
and he's just sitting there trying to tell us something.

And he called his mom to tell her he loved her.
He said he's sorry
he just can't wait for heaven much longer.

Justin's telling me that I really should worry,
girls can cause trouble and it's never really worth it.
Though all the room may care the pain just stays the same.
We start talking about our ex-girlfriends and how we made mistakes.
Then we start to laugh and pour ourselves some drinks.
There's nothing left to say when you're too drunk to think.
Justin makes a toast to never getting caught.
Jared and I start laughing, then we hear the shot.

Didn't we tell you it wasn't really worth it?
You should know the size of that bullet.
Didn't we tell you that she was never worth it?
You could put a hole in your stomach.
No doctor, mortician can put you back together.
Don't tell your mom we got blood on your sweater.
Oh well, whatever.
Just blame the weather,
people get sad in late December.

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    General CommentI like pre-alphabet Trophy scars much better. This song is great and I wish they would rerecord it, along with some of their other demos/old stuff.
    coolhandjohnnjon June 02, 2010   Link

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