Bowling For Soup Lyrics
17. Friends O' Mine
Well it was ugly but we made it this far Some have gone but I forget who they are Now the hangovers are worse but we get through them fine Sleeping late but were not lazy Getting older but were still crazy I’m so glad that I have these friends o mine It started out at a coffee shop in a most unlikely town And there were casualties but we made it out anyhow We stuck together through the good and bad times Pulp Fiction, Blazing Saddles, and Fast Times I’m so glad that I have these friends o mine And jobs girls and obstacles did all but break us down Night clubs and broken vans in every major town And I’ve got your back, you’ve got mine Like Johnny Cash said “I walk the line” And you can always count on me for one last beer We saw the world and the world seemed smaller Were getting wider but not getting no taller I know we’ve grown up just a little lot of time Were sleeping late but were not lazy Were getting older but were still crazy I’m so glad that I have these friends o mine So glad that I have these friends o mine So glad that I have these friends o mine
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