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Craig Cardiff – Great American White Trash Novel lyrics

I remember high school
I remember lighting cigarette off of cigarette
I remember you

That was so long ago
Way back in the days of dinosaur bones
And microwave popping corn was the latest rage

Then you walked into the room
Eclipsed everything as you do
I said hey, what about us
You said hey, what about us
You went your way, and I went my way
There’s not much there left to say

Everyone went out and got their
Degrees in employability
Me I had a pretty good year, so it seems
Me I’ve been busy writing down my great
Great White Trash American novel
Before it gets away from me

I remember high school
I remember lighting cigarette off of cigarette
I remember you

That was so long ago way back in the days
Of dinorsaur bones and microwave
Popping corn was all the rage



Lyrics taken from http://www.lyricsmode.com/lyrics/c/craig_cardiff/great_american_white_trash_novel.html

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