Barenaked Ladies Lyrics
11. Same Thing
What does it mean to wake out of a dream and be Wearing some else's shorts? I've been around the block, at least on my bike I was prepared for the news but not for The Third World War I found me an answer, in a grocery store I found me an answer in the form of an old man with a cardigan on, this guy's got thirty years on me but he stops and smiles just to say "Hello, didn't I see you on TV?" Must've been the same thing Must've been the same thing Must've been the same thing Charlie Brown went through I'm in a comic store Lookin' for some mistakenly priced comic I could make A fortune on and in walks the Fantastic Four I say "Don't go; That last issue was cool!" Must've been the same thing Must've been the same thing Must've been the same These things all end Who asked you anyway? You'll have to bend Who asked you anyway? I'm in a thunderstorm Staying out from under trees never holding Golf clubs, but still seem to be getting Struck by lightning... must be Something in my veins My weathered veins Must've been the same thing
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