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Rancid – Otherside lyrics

Nananana,
Nananana,
Nananana,
Nananana,
Nananana,
Nananana naaaa.....

Nananana,
Nananana,
Nananana,
Nananana,
Nananana naaaa.....

[Lars:] I was an atheist,
You wore the crucifix,
We put our differences to the side,
Lesson taught, Well lesson learned,
You told me not to mourn,
Your heart is bigger than any man alive

[Tim:] Campbell, California,
Aw, please don't let me down,
Robert, I remember when you used to run the town,
I'll never forget, and I'll always be your friend,
I'm gonna see you on the other side.
[Both:] Robert, I'll see you on the other side.

[Lars:] I'm waking up to this,
The pain that you are free,
I miss the days that you walked with me,
Loyal brother, a loyal friend,
Showed me how to be a man,
I love you, Robert, and I always will.

[Tim:] Campbell, California,
Aw, please don't let me down,
Robert I remember when you used to run the town,
I'll never forget, and I'll always be your friend,
I'm gonna see you on the other side.
[Both:] Robert, I'll see you on the other side.

Nananana,
Nananana,
Nananana,
Nananana,
Nananana,
Nananana naaaa.....

Nananana,
Nananana,
Nananana,
Nananana,
Nananana naaaa.....



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