In the lobby of the LRC Well, I knew I'd find something A hundred stories sittin' there to read I got my focals out, I put 'em on
And all is calm, all is calm
There's a doggie coming here to eat now Which dated back to 1993 I don't care what the people say 'cause That dog, he don't come around here anymore
No, no the dog is gone, the dog is gone No, no the dog is gone, the dog is gone
The town is so small How could anybody not Look you in the eyes? The way that you drive by
The world is such a wonderful place The world is such a wonderful
I see everyone before me, there was birthday sex and sleep Some weren't getting along Nobody's outside trying to murder Nobody's outside, there's no one really at all
What the hell I saw, the hell I saw The hell I saw, the hell I saw
The town is so small How could anybody not Look me in the eyes? The way that I drive by
The world is such a wonderful place The world is such a wonderful place The world is such a wonderful place The world is such a wonderful place La-dee-dah, la-dee-dah, la-dee-dah, la-dee-dah
Writer/s: BENJAMIN BRIDWELL, CREIGHTON BARRETT, ROB HAMPTON
Publisher: Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd.
Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind
Christine from FloridaLRC Leesburg Regional Center? Or backwards Charles Richmond Lackey A logger with log book or a registry of patients giving birth. Having sex. N sleeping it off. 12/93 last time I was in same room with leslie. My Perp...Nemesis..but that dog is gone? Really well I beg to differ. However if True all i gotta do is fall in love.. No baggage no encumbrences. Just my imagination. Already in Love just not with him. But seen my soulmate with uncle in 01/14 after giving birth to my son walking down hallway with s--t eating grins cuz I was a firework. First baby born in that county for the New Year n newspaper lied n said baby born one HR later was the New yrs baby.everything changed on New Year's day..
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