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Pearl Jam – Moline lyrics

[Verse 1:]
I knew there was trouble
So I left Detroit
I left my old man
For a plane full of boys
For telling me that son of a bitch kept it home after dawn
Always smelling like pig
He took my share and sealed it in cave
Probably would have killed me if I had stayed there
But I had a scheme so cool and so clean
I got me a ticket one way to Moline

[Chorus:]
Moline, Moline,
How have you been?
Been here before,
But it must have been a dream
Moline, you see,
All rivers turn green
The Mississippi rises and widens the sea
Moline, it seems that this is for me
My name is Nancy but here I'm Coleen
Yeah, Moline

[Verse 2:]
Now I love paying ransom
Life on my own,
And nothings's better than [?]
And fast as home
And someday I'll die and look in our [?]
I got my eyes in the [?] , that here in Moline
The place with the chapel on 4th avenue and 12th street

[Chorus:]
Moline, Moline,
How have you been?
I probably been here before,
But it must've been a dream
Moline, you see
All rivers turn green
The Mississippi rises and widens the sea
Moline, it seems that this is for me
You call me Nancy and I live in Moline



Lyrics taken from http://www.lyricsmode.com/lyrics/p/pearl_jam/moline.html

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