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Albums:

Specter at the Feast [Deluxe Edition] (Black Rebel Motorcycle Club) · Specter at the Feast (Black Rebel Motorcycle Club) · Specter at the Feast (Black Rebel Motorcycle Club) · Each Day Is Valentine's Day (Chet Baker) · Four Classic Albums: The Dave Pell Octet Plays Rodgers & Hart/The Dave Pell Octet Plays (Dave Pell) · Start Off Each Day With a Song (Jimmy Durante) · I Love You More and More Each Day (Pat Boone) · Live Each Day with Soul (Daisy DeBolt) · Day by Day/Day by Night (Doris Day) · B Each B Oys See Dee + (Pere Ubu) – and 90 other albums »


Was tellin me that I needed to hear?
He said it was amazing
Whoo.. the way he was talkin.. man I want to hear it!

[Dave]
Am I just another lost in
shall never die
As long as I stay alive
One word shall always be by my side 
Ever moving onward!!!!

Battles I've won, 
The war I have lost 
My
Falling in love again with you girl

Yo Dave, I think I got 'em by now
But let's tell 'em 'bout the happy days

You made all my dreams come true
Like when
Stop Dave
Will you stop Dave?
Stop Dave
I'm afraid
I'm afraid
Dave, my mind is going
I can feel it
I can feel it
My mind is going
There is
of old Kentucky 
I watched her bloom as the years roll by
And to me there'll never be another
I'll love her 'til the day I die

Oh in dreams I see my
Falling in love again with you girl

Yo Dave, I think I got 'em by now
But let's tell 'em 'bout the happy days

You made all my dreams come true
Like when
of old Kentucky 
 I watched her bloom as the years roll by
 And to me there'll never be another
 I'll love her 'til the day I die

Oh in dreams I see
of old Kentucky
I watch her bloom as the years roll by
And I know there'll never be another
I love her till the day I die

In my dreams I can see you,
second?

Hi kids! do you like violence? (yeah yeah yeah!)
Want to see me stick nine inch nails through each one of my eyelids? (uh-huh!)
Want to copy me
Bonnie Raitt-Trinkets
(Emory Joseph)

When I was a kid
I had a little record
I played it over and over 
Each and every day.
Sung by a man
Named Louie
private eye 

Every week, check stubs to show the judge I got a job 

Damn this; Soopaman used to stack them chips 

Now I'm broke cause little kids
knee I look both ways when crossing and I flee
Any danger I can see
And if I try each day to save my life in every way I can
How could I understand
Check my style out 
Life situations are the one I speak about 
It seems cats now-a-days we gettin' introduced to courage 
Don't get discouraged
war than anything I've seen so far 
So far 
So far 
So fierce and ingenious 
A poetic specter so far gone 
That every jackass newscaster was struck
So lonesome I could die

Well, we were on the lookout for adventure and fun
Then we told each other it was over and done
But here I go doing
Kentucky I watch her bloom as years go by
And there'll never be another I'll love her till the day I die

Though in dreams I see my darling in a gringo
So lonesome I could die

Well, we were on the lookout for adventure and fun
Then we told each other it was over and done
But here I go doing
Uh, yeah, uh, yeah, uh

[Chorus: ] 
]Yo how the days of your life go Com? (I'm just tryin' to be)
That's it? (Stayin' focused so my mind is free)
name is Slim Shady)

Hi kids! Do you like violence? (Yeah yeah yeah!)
Wanna see me stick Nine inch Nails, through each one of my eyelids? (Uh-huh!)
Wanna
Can I have the attention of the class
For one second?

Hi kids! Do you like violence? (yeah yeah)
Wanna see me stick Nine Inch Nails
Through each
one second My name is (My name is Slim Shady)

Hi kids! Do you like violence? (Yeah yeah yeah!)
Wanna see me stick Nine inch Nails, through each one
So lonesome I could die 
Well, we were on the lookout for adventure and fun 
Then we told each other it was over and done 
But here I go doing
there at the end of each day's run
Trying in some way to fill the place of a daughter or a son
And I listen as they tell me of their families of days gone
But one little boy who sat by himself
Was reading a letter he had
You could plainly tell by the look on his face
That the contents of it made him sad
(how's the family)
(how's the family)

Mama, you tell me how's the family
And papa, tell me how thing's going by you
And little baby sister, I heard