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Robert DeLong – The Early Days Of Repetition lyrics
[Verse 1]
We found ourselves in a pile
Of broken bones on the floor
We found ourselves remains in places
To run with through the corridors
We found out about alcohol
And gave a restriction it deserved
So we found ourselves
In a backroom and we finished
Where the lights flashed cause we knew
That we owned it..

[Hook]
We meant well
We meant well
We meant well
We meant well
We meant well
We meant well..

[Verse 2]
So we found ourselves in a dilemma
If there's no love, then there's no god
So I found myself an atheist
And she as beautiful
So I found myself a girlfriend
But she couldn't settle me down
So I found myself way out
Through the claws of another girl
Because I owned it..

[Hook]
We meant well
We meant well
We meant well
We meant well
We meant well
We meant well
We meant well!
We meant well!
We meant well!
We meant well..

[Outro]
And we found ourselves in California
In a town with painted walls
And the white men gave us keys to the city
Because we owned it..

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