"Stuart and the Ave." as written by Billie Joe Armstrong, Frank E. Wright and Michael Pritchard....
Standing on the corner of
Stuart and the Avenue
Ripping up my transfer
And a photograph of you
You're a blur of my dead past and rotting existance
As I stand laughing on the corner of insignificance

Well, destiny is dead
In the hands of bad luck
Before it might have made some sense
But now it's all fucked up

Seasons change as well as minds
And I'm a two faced clown
You're mommy's little nightmare
Driving daddy's car around
I'm beat down and half brain dead
The long lost king of fools
I may be dumb
But I'm not stupid enough to stay with you

Well, destiny is dead
In the hands of bad luck
Before it might have made some sense
But now it's all fucked up

Well, destiny is dead
In the hands of bad luck
Before it might have made some sense
But now it's all fucked up

We're all fucked up
You're all fucked up


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"Stuart and the Ave." as written by Frank E. Billie Joe Armstrong

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    General Commentwhen greenday released this album, to a mixed reception. the album was diliberately made to be unlike their previous album, dookie, because they wanted to lose the "tiny bopper following" that they had required, abd return to their roots. alot of people just wanted dookie part two, but the band wanted to rebel against the set expectations
    Billie_Joe_is_mineon April 20, 2003   Link

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