Running From Your Dad

Album: Drunk Enough to Dance (2002)
  • Remember the summer time we were swinging
    On the front porch out in the rain
    It was Sunday you were all dressed up again
    Then we made out under the window pain

    [Chorus]
    And I can still see your dad
    Running after me with a shovel in his hand
    I don't remember much after that
    La la la la, la la la la, Oh oh oh oh
    La la la la, la la la la, Oh oh oh oh

    Remember on Christmas Eve you were crying
    I guess you didn't really like the gifts
    Porno D-V-D's and see through under wear
    I should have saved all that for your sister

    [Chorus]

    So I guess I'll just run away, run away, run away
    He's starting to catch up
    Run away, run away
    I think I might throw up
    Run away, run away

    [Chorus] Writer/s: JARET RAY REDDICK
    Publisher: Universal Music Publishing Group
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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