The Way It Was
I don't know when I'll see you again When we fight I want to scream off my head I don't know what it means to be a man Waiting for my mama to break Waiting for my dad to deflate I don't know what it means to be in love When the quorum ends on the outside I'm setting up for success I'm disrupting all my old ways Never see them again Doing my taxes myself My sister set up an account I use H&R Block, I like the color green Waiting for my hair to fall out And if I go bald then I gotta work out I gotta get toned for the summertime When the quorum ends on the outside I'm setting up for success I'm disrupting all my old ways Never see them again I can't wait to spill beer on the floor And not care, not care cause I'm at a bar In Ridgewood, Queens I'm not doing well I'm going through hell And I know you're not doing fine It's really not hard to tell I'd rather let it all out Let the government figure out Even if they can't make it stop Even if I lose mom and pop Even if I lose my friends Even if I lose I just want to be near you
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