Go home.....this is the Minneapolis police....the party's over...if you all just grab your stuff & leave there won't be any hassle..the party's been closed....etc.
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Kids won't listen To what you're sayin' Kids ain't wondering Kids ain't praying Mo says he's worried He says talk away He says yeah I've been cured
I need some attention No house of detention I'd love some attention Don't start again
Kids don't need that Kids don't want that Kids don't need nothing of the kind Kids don't follow
What you're doin' In my face out my ear Kids won't follow What you're sayin We can't hear
Can't stop looting Can't stop smoking Kids ain't wondering Can't stop choking Kids won't stand still Kids won't shut up Kids won't do it You talk to 'em now
Kids don't follow What you're doin' In my face and out my ear Kids won't follow What you're saying We can't hear
Kids won't follow What you're saying In my face out my ear Kids don't follow What you're sayin' We can't hear What you say Not tomorrow Not today
Writer/s: PAUL WESTERBERG
Publisher: Warner Chappell Music, Inc., BMG Rights Management
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Mary from Mpls, MnI was at that party - ahhhh the good old days, surprised I still remember some of them ! Special thanks to Don the Baptist for so many of the after hours parties. Bob Stinson also told me the cop was Danny Murphys dad.
Mister Whirly from Minneapolis, MnYep, it is Dave Pirner who yells "F*** you man!" - I have personally confirmed it when I talked to Pirner. I actually got him to sign "F*** you man!" on my Stink LP...(He also signed "Best Wishes! - Tommy Stinson" on the inside sleeve too! Yes, we had drank a few cocktails before he did this)
Andrew from Bergenfield, NjOn the EP "The Replacements Stink!", the intro to "Kids Don't Follow" contains a bit recorded at an actual live show, where two cops try to break up a drunken bunch of Minneapolis partiers. According to legend, the kid who yells "Hey f--- you!" to the cops is Soul Asylum's Dave Pirner.
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