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Published on Feb 5, 2012
A song from the Loud Family's album Interbabe Concern.(1996)
LYRICS: If I'd walked out to China Beach I wouldn't think to ask where you would go If I lay down on China Beach my mind might wander out towards Mexico If I was getting good at being loved my guard might come down very slow
And someone for all we know might be Keeping conscientious track of goals that need attending While others are relaxing
You let me know that calling just because I'm lonely is completely rude You could work this into a lecture to the starving not to beg for food You need a world without my manicured complacency offending you
And a certain someone who would never steal unless you ended up with something that he wanted Who would never slap a girl around, unless she made him angry Who would never screw you over, if there weren't some slight advantage Or snap your last thread of self-respect, all other things remaining equal
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