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Oh, there's johnny he's so sweet
He's booger sugar and devils meat
And hard as boardwalk bubblegum
And smooth as 151

But hey hey it's all right
I don't mind i wont fight it
Hey hey it's all right
Cause baby you can come with me tonight

Oh there's larry he's alright
Hes a walking stick of lit dynamite
Always gets it wrong
His hearts as soft as chickenbone

We can lose ourselves
Not find our way back home
Till the whole world feels just like a saturday night
Without a care in the world
Without a net underneath us
Floating through the air
High as a kite
Hey hey my my
Your as pretty as the big blue sky
Hey hey it's alright
Cause baby you can come with me tonight

Oh and there's barry
Hes okay
He might even find himself one of these days
With his diamonds and cocaine
And his "honey i won't ever do that again"s

But hey it's all right
I don't mind and i wont fight
Hey hey it's all right
Cause baby you can come with me tonight



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