"The Weekenders" as written by and Craig Finn Tad Jason Kubler....
There was that whole weird thing with the horses.
I think they know exactly what happened.
I don't think it needs any explaining.
I'm pretty sure I wasn't your first choice.
I think I was the last one remaining.
I wish we hadn't gone and destroyed it.
'Cause I was thinking we could pull another weekender.
If you've still got a little bit of clairvoyance.

I remember the metal bar.
I remember the reservoir.
You could say our paths have crossed before.

So if it has to be a secret.
Then I guess that I can deal with it.
You and I both know it's a negative thing.
In the end only the girls know the whole truth.

There were a couple pretty crass propositions.
There were some bugs in the bars.
There was a kid camped out by the coat check.
She said the theme of this party is the industrial age.
You came in dressed like a train wreck.

I remember the OTB.
The five second delivery.
You could say our paths have crossed before.

So if it has to be a secret.
Then I guess that I can deal with it.
God only knows it's not always a positive thing.
To see a few seconds into the future


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"The Weekenders" as written by Tad Jason Kubler Craig Finn

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    General CommentI think that this song is a come down to chips ahoy, but I've also been speculating that Chips Ahoy, Both Crosses, Yeah Sapphire, and The Weekenders are all about the same metaphorical girl.. Anyone have any thoughts on this?
    holiestghoston May 05, 2010   Link

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