We’re ordinary, we’re necessary
We’re complicated, we’re antiquated
We use all our time just to kill time

We’re swimming home, we’re not alone
We’re camping out, we’re finding out
Tell the girls to come on over

This is how I end up

I want to go back home
And mow the lawn for my dad
I want to walk to school
And get high with my friends
Where is my honey-dipped life
And my pretty wife?
Why can’t I leave this town
And tell my mom I tried?

They’re coming over, they’re leaving now
I called them up, they’re coming over
Maybe they’ll stay all night
I bet you we could kiss them

Turn the music up
Let me see those drugs again
Turn the music down
I think my mom is calling me
She went away for the weekend
She won’t be back till Sunday

This is how I end up

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