Dick Lips

Album: Dude Ranch (1997)
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  • Please mom, you ground me all the time
    I know that I was right all along

    And I'm hoping
    Remember I'm a kid
    I know not what I did
    Just having fun

    You couldn't wait for something new
    And yesterday I thought of you
    It left me to think as if I couldn't walk away
    It's too late, I fell through

    Nothing to lose
    A boy who went out when he finished all his chores
    Nothing to do
    They can't trust me because I blew it once before

    Shit dad, please don't kick my ass
    I know I've seen you trashed at least one time

    Can I blame it on one of my dumb friends?
    It's been awhile since I have used that line

    You couldn't wait for something new
    And yesterday I thought of you
    It left me to think as if I couldn't walk away
    It's too late, I fell through

    Nothing to lose
    A boy who went out when he finished all his chores
    Nothing to do
    They can't trust me because I blew it once before
    (Alright)

    Nothing to lose
    A boy who went out when he finished all his chores
    Nothing to do
    They can't trust me because I blew it once before Writer/s: Mark Hoppus, Scott Raynor, Tom DeLonge
    Publisher: Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd., Songtrust Ave, Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC
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