Ruby Room

Album: Stop Drop and Roll!!! (2008)
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  • Fourteenth street, booze and swallow
    I'm gonna drown my sorrow.
    Dirty floors and sticky tables.
    For the willing and the able.

    All the zombies on a hot Friday night.
    Going down to the Ruby Room.
    I'm gonna meet my doom.
    By the name of Rosie May.
    She's the night pick of the day, yeah.

    Lucky Strike and I will travel.
    As a Pabst Blue Ribbon unravels.

    Gonna drink my hard earned pay.
    'Cause it doesn't matter anyway, yeah.
    Seeing double on a one last one night stand.

    Goin' down to the Ruby Room.
    I'm gonna meet my doom.
    By the name of Rosie May.
    She's the midnight pick of the day, yeah!

    Going down to the Ruby Room.

    Going down to the Ruby Room.
    I'm gonna meet my doom.
    By the name of Rosie May.
    She's the midnight pick of the day, yeah, yeah!

    Going down to the Ruby Room.
    Going down to the Ruby Room. Writer/s: BILLIE JOE ARMSTRONG, FRANK E., III WRIGHT, FRANK EDWIN WRIGHT III, MICHAEL PRITCHARD, MIKE DIRNT, MIKE RYAN PRITCHARD, TRE COOL
    Publisher: Warner Chappell Music, Inc.
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

Comments: 2

  • Reya from Reynoldsburg, OhOk, I'm loving FHT with every song I hear, just because they are so unlike Green Day. And Phoebe, the song is VERY catchy!
  • Phoebe from Belchertown, MaMmmm yea it is real similar to Hitchin A Ride...I think it's super catchy. :)
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