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I guess I better get on in the house cause I don't want my pastor to catch me out like this.
Open the door, Richard! 

Now look at that old woman
I guess I better get on in the house cause I don't want my pastor to catch me out like this.
Open the door, Richard! 

Now look at that old woman
So eh we'll give you call back in a couple of days, 
Yeah so um great stuff we'll talk soon thanks bye."

"Let me just read this."

"Nixon's
The last time I saw Richard was Detroit in '68,
And he told me all romantics meet the same fate someday
Cynical and drunk and boring someone in some
I was drivin home
By the river side
Richard thompson on
And the day so fine
Pennsylvania towns
Sort of slip right by
In a soft line south
The last time I saw Richard was Detroit in '68,
And he told me all romantics meet the same fate someday
Cynical and drunk and boring someone in some
Though, it took me by surprise
One by one, I realized
There was somethin', I could do

I lost my way, that's what she said
Back to the 101
If we
Written by Sammy Masters, Richard Pope and Tex Satterwhite 
(As released by Patsy Cline 9/9/58) 

If I could see the world
through the eyes
the park, 
She took Emma by the hand, 
They've got a lot in common. 

I'll leave them to do what they want, 
I'll leave them to do what they need to,
All I need is you

If this what love is all about
You can count me out, baby count me out
Just count me out
If this what love is all about
You can
Boulevard

Awh you can count on it
Yeah yeah
Richard Hell tacked to the wall
Whoa whoa!
Remember the Plunger Pit
Yeah yeah!
In love with nothing
labrbrr”
That’s just the way the rhyme unravels
And I wouldn’t fucking take it back if I time traveled!

Just call me Richard, cause I’m a dick
It’s
Last time I saw Richard was Detroit in 68
And he told me all romantics meet the same fate
Someday, cynical and bitter and boring someone
In some
on the sofa and talk about how
They don't make ?em like they used to, you'll see
As time goes on, so count on me and I?ll count on you

In a world like this
'm calling out your name

And I am by your side
In this truth I will confide
You can always count on me
I will never hide you see, oh no

Cause I will
pretty good
But it could get better than this

Bill Mance and Hank Parker floated by in a boat
And volunteered to be our fishin' guides
And Richard
pretty good
But it could get better than this

Bill Dance and Hank Parker floated by in a boat
And volunteered to be our fishing guides
And Richard
the west
Heard they gotta couple banks in town that ain't been held up yet
Well uh, I oughta make it by sundown
I figure that's enough time to get tha
You don't remember me,
But I remember you,
Was not so long ago,
You broke my heart in two
Tears on my pillow
Pain in my head
Caused by you, you
always count on me for sure
That's what friends are for
In good times, in bad times
I'll be on your side forever more
Oh, that's what friends are for
Artist: Filter
Song: "In Dreams" 
Album: "Anthems for the Damned"
Written by: Richard Patrick

Come take me 
To the place of your bereavement
Let me
to be the King of Jordan
I don't want to be the King of Jordon
We are humbled by the sight
Of crown and sceptre in its glory
Tall dark handsome
the hit
I'm caught in your grip
And now your thoughts consume me

I count the days since we went wrong
I contemplate where we went wrong
Sirens
Pistols

No, this is non, non, non
Hey, it was the Church or the Weirdoz maybe

Hold me closer tiny dancer
I count the headlights on the highway
Lay me down
what you got count

He grabbed me by the arm and said, he said,
"Real quick boy, let me tell you this story
About this real rich dude I used to know real