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Published on Nov 30, 2011
The Frets, "Rock and Roll Scars" (written by Boyd Creasman)
He was just fifteen When he met Janine She was all of eighteen Studying art She said, if you get a tattoo You can do what you want to They put it on his shoulder A bright red heart Upstairs above the bar He got his first rock and roll scar
Her parents were harried So our lovers got married Then she miscarried And he held her close He got her some pain pills They talked about old thrills They gave it a few months And whaddya know He said, I love you for what you are Let me kiss your rock and roll scar
He said I love you for who you are Let me kiss your rock and roll scars
Some marriages hum, some marriages numb Some marriages come And then they go Janine quit art school Though she really didn't want to Now she's serving beer to old fools As you well know I'm gonna pick up my guitar And sing a song about rock and roll scars