Friday night she's not alone
I wonder who's going to drive her home
And walk her to the door
And will she give him a good night kiss
Monday at schoot she says hello
I fight the tears as I watch her go
She'll never know what she means
To this lonely boy
If you'd only take a walk with me
Just give me some time and you might see
I could be your hero if you'd let me in
You can't deny what's in your heart
And you know i'm trying to be a part
You can do better than those other boys


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    this song is good..........i lost it for a while and looked for it for ages but no i have it and im happy=)

    louisrolfeon February 02, 2002   Link
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    this song is perfect! it's a story that always happen to us at one one time

    sylgson May 09, 2002   Link
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    This is my song! I am Jeannie. I date guys that are all wrong for me. I just wish that there was a guy that could sing this about me and him be a nice guy. sigh

    bluesquirrelsRscaryon July 01, 2002   Link
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    this song is about that moment in live of all teenagers and young people in high school you know what i mean

    BECERROon July 21, 2002   Link
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    i agree with bluesquirrel... i'm jeannie too. but i guess there's a lil jeannie in all of us. kinda like, you let the wrong ones in and let the right ones slip away... and then when you realize that, they're already gone, leaving you with nothing but the wrong again. kinda twisted, isn't it?

    dawn_marie_rieon September 04, 2002   Link
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    This song is one of my favorites....too bad Good Riddance doesn't still write songs like this today. Frankly, their new stuff sucks ass!

    LitoEon April 21, 2004   Link
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    I love how the album goes from really hard and fast to poppy and slow with this song. Good Riddance can do anything.

    punkpirateon August 18, 2006   Link

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