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farming drained the green earth dry.
We lost it all only love was left, and that was the one thing money can't buy.

We're all dust bowl children
before
The uncut raw
I'm Erick Sermon
And I'm Parrish Smith

[Erick Sermon]
Check it, now I'm back with the fliest material
Mic Doc and E Dub
And I'm Parrish Smith

Check it, now I'm back with the flyest material
Mic Doc and E Dub the Grand Imperial
My mic's deadly, so I scratched off
or heard before
 The uncut raw
[E] I`m Erick Sermon
[P] and I`m Parrish Smith
(repeat 2X)

[Erick Sermon]
Check it, now I`m back with the flyest
Written by: Words/Joseph Deeb, Micky Braun, Gary Braun; Music/Joseph Deeb, Gary Braun


She loved a party she loved a crowd

Now she wants nobody
That year in Oakland High
When I was seventeen
The grass from there to San Jose
Was high and cool and green

I see it now
Too brash and young was I
wry

Now wakes the awl
Now sleeps the swan
Behold the dream
The dream is gone

Green fields are calling
It's falling, in a golden door
the hour
Now sleeps the swan
Behold the dream
The dream is gone
Green fields are calling
It's falling, in a golden door

And deep beneath the ground
Well it's all gone to hell now, the wimps have gangs.
Pop-punk tough guys, neck tattoos.
If you guys are hard, I'd rather be soft.
Man, I gotta
where she's gone

Little green men do O.K.
It's the fairies' revenge they say
And gumdrops and Saturdays did Eric call by the way

Ride on, ride on,
bed
Easy now (green green it's green they say...
Everybody let me hear ye (green green...
To where the grass is greener still to where the grass is
find another gate 
Guilt by associate, the rushes wilted a long time ago 
Guilty as you go 

Stay off that highway, word is it's not so safe
more you'll hear 
His colors can't be seen 
They've gone and passed a law against 
The wearing of the green 

Sure I looked to neighbor Tandy
the riverside
A holy man, from Fife he came
His name they say was Kentigern
And by the spot were the fish was caught
The dear green place was born

Now
from Bowlin' Green

Long John stood on the railroad tie
Waitin' for freight train to come by
Freight train came by puffin' and flyin'
Oughta seen
Beautiful girl lovely dress
High school smiles oh yes
Beautiful girl lovely dress
Where she is now, I can only guess?

'Cause it's gone daddy gone
waiting in the sun
Waiting for someone to take her home

But now the bitter green is gone the hills have turned to rust
There comes a weary stranger whose
Written by Willy Braun, Micky Braun, Dustin Welch



There?s a lonely man thinkin? about a long lost love


The gleam in a young girl?s eye
the village green.
They snap their photographs and say "gawd darn it,
Isn't it a pretty scene?"
And daisy's married tom the grocer boy,
And now he owns
My my
On my mind

This place has really changed its ways
And it's been ruined by the boats of rich folks coming here
Remember what he used to do
I used to have a sweetheart but now I've got none
Since she's gone and left me, I care not for one
Since she's gone and left me, contended I'll be
memory
When citrus groves still perfumed the sky
But I guess those orange blossoms weren't so special after all
Now it's a city of days gone by
Way out by lonely bayou. 
There waits a girl where the green grasses grow.
Waits she there with a tear in her eye dreaming of years that long have
The night runs away with the day
The grass that was green is now hay
The world goes around without even a sound
And it looks like the summer is
Written by: Micky Braun


We spent more days fighting than we ever did loving

We could never see eye to eye

I worked and I slaved but I didn?t