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Buddy tip your bottle back and climb aboard the bus join your brothers in the van
You ain't bum in Birmingham and you ain't one of us we don't really give a damn

London is a hundred miles away from where we're at and a thousand years behind
Splitin' from the sorry gag that left us feeling flat out of sight and out of mind
Cruisin' through the country side we'll never see again ain't it lonesome out tonight
We've been on this road now since I can't remember when
Out of mind and out of sight
Buddy tip your bottle back...
[ guitar ]
Yeah I've been everywhere and I've seen any thing there is but I never saw the light
Scared to death of dyin' so I do my best to live out of mind and out of sight
Knowing no one nowhere's gonna miss us when we're gone
Let's keep drinkin' till we're blind
Everybody's sleeping and I'm stuck inside a song out of sight and out of line
Some day when it's over and it's time to settle down and we've left it all behind
We can sit and wonder how we've ever got around
Out of sight and out of mind out of sight and out of mind



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