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One night down there in Boston,
Down there in Cleveland square
There was a sound that came out,
It came out of nowhere
And the bar manager greeted us
And he said ‘you’re late’
About the contract,
It was sent back and there were a few changes late

The opening band had gear that worked
And all their t-shirts matched
They took the stage and they sounded like Rage
Against The Machine and they
Kicked our asses...

That band says they’re big in Europe
That band says they’re big in Japan
That band says they’re gonna do it
I don’t know that I don’t believe them

Then you called out from side stage and said don’t you know
Any Billy ‘Piano Man’ Joel
You raged all through the night and through the smoke and you called it back
And you said ‘please don’t go for anymore, I don’t think I can keep track of myself’

That band says they’re big in Europe
That band says they’re big in Japan
That band says they’re gonna do it
I don’t know that I don’t believe them



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