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When I was a young boy 'bout the age of fourteen
You came sneakin' round my kitchen
And sold me with a dream

You're mean, you don't mean me no good
You promised me such freedom
Then you bound me up for good

Later in my twenties I saw just what you do
Friends who should be here now
Fell to what you do

One night about eleven
I had the sweetest feeling
I thought I was in heaven
Till you filled my head with demons

You had me in the head lamps
Scared me like a rabbit
I called out to the maker
And He helped me kick the habit


from A Good Day with the Blues, released March 8, 2004
Written by Graham Ord, Performed by the Blessed Misfits.


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