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Still Still Still: A Christmas Collection (Martin Sasse) · Summer Songs, Summer Love, Summer Fun (Jerry Keller) · Still I Can't Be Still (Idina Menzel) · Still Me Still Now (Amy Diamond) · Still Bollox But Still Here [Bonus Tracks] (Varukers) · Still I Can't Be Still (Idina Menzel) · Still 'eavy Still Proud (Uriah Heep) · Still Night, Still Light (Au Revoir Simone) · Below the Belt (Franke & the Knockouts) · As Above, So Below (Barry Adamson) – and 90 other albums »


the cockroach yeah (alright, not bad)

One year
Twenty years
Forty years
Fifty years
Down the road in your life
You'll look in the mirror
And say, "My
gone

Fertile Mrs. Moore had thirteen kids 
But still looked good 
'Till her ol' man jumped leave on a ship 
She never read a book 
But by Christ
gone

Fertile Mrs. Moore had thirteen kids 
But still looked good 
'Till her ol' man jumped leave on a ship 
She never read a book 
But by Christ
I still control my fate

Time slips away
Hardware corrupted, infected and afraid.

Human machine
Your life was programmed many years ago

Now
again
You might say he found a key for every door

When he first came to the mountains his life was far away
On the road and hanging by a song
But
again
You might say he found a key for every door

When he first came to the mountains his life was far away
On the road and hanging by a song
But
again
You might say he found a key for every door

When he first came to the mountains his life was far away
On the road and hanging by a song
But
was born again
You might say he found a key for every door

When he first came to the mountains his life was far away
On the road and hangin' by
again
You might say he found a key for every door

When he first came to the mountains his life was far away
On the road and hanging by a song
But
again
You might say he found a key for every door

When he first came to the mountains his life was far away
On the road and hanging by a song
But
like a whole pot of coffee 
Have you and your shorty doin' 80 in a 40 

(Chorus) 
From the streets below to everything above 
To the heart that
again
You might say he found a key for every door

When he first came to the mountains his life was far away
On the road and hanging by a song
But
again
You might say he found a key for every door

When he first came to the mountains his life was far away
On the road and hanging by a song
But
again
You might say he found a key for every door

When he first came to the mountains his life was far away
On the road and hanging by a song
But
born again
Might say he found a key for ev'ry door

When he first came to the mountains his life was far away
On the road and hangin' by a song
But
again
You might say he found a key for every door

When he first came to the mountains his life was far away
On the road and hanging by a song
But
again
You might say he found a key for every door

When he first came to the mountains his life was far away
On the road and hanging by a song
But
again
You might say he found a key for every door

When he first came to the mountains his life was far away
On the road and hanging by a song
But
Still runnin wit my pop's old advice, finish shit if you started it
So we live life on the edge now
And shots hurt so a 40 under my shirt until I'm dead
Unemployment said I got no more checks
and they showed me to the hall
my brother died in Georgia some time ago
I got no one left to call
Summer wasn't bad
mountain shelf
We used to climb but no one tries to go up that far now

Yeah, we're all too busy working
Entertaining ourselves
40 hours, television,
Unemployment said I got no more checks
And they showed me to the hall
My brother died in Georgia some time ago
I got no one left to call
Summer wasn't bad
the crank
Catch our dinner from the river bank
City life's a poison pill
Take me down where the wind is still

Take your time, baby, don't take long
Venoms
With international plugs like nine Organized emblems
Get it?  Twenty Thousand Leagues, extra deep
Runnin' with the number thirteen with my 40
Unemployment said I got no more checks
And they showed me to the hall
My brother died in Georgia some time ago
I got no one left to call
Summer wasn't bad