Radio and the Record Store (single)

by The High Tide

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released February 28, 2014

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Track Name: Radio and the Record Store (radio edit)
$7 Jenny lived three houses down when we were growing up
We graduated from high school the same year
Then Jenny headed out west, she was tryin to forget
Trying to find the man of her dreams
But all she found was a one night stand that made her weak in the knees

Ended up in a dead end job
Working back shift at the restaurant
Earning less than minimum wage
Somehow these things never seem to change

She said I'll head down to the record store
And buy the songs that we heard on the radio
I don't care if they're any good
They do it better than we ever could

And I'm ready, ready for anything
I'm waiting for my life to begin

Don't listen to a word I say, it doesn't matter anyway
Here's the spot where we gave up
Always knew we never would be good enough

She said let's take a ride on the 63
Get five minutes out of misery
There's the spot where we messed up
Always knew we never would amount to much
Track Name: Radio and the Record Store (album version)
$7 Jenny lived three houses down when we were growing up
We graduated from high school the same year
Then Jenny headed out west, she was tryin to forget
Trying to find the man of her dreams
But all she found was a one night stand that made her weak in the knees

Ended up in a dead end job
Working back shift at the restaurant
Earning less than minimum wage
Somehow these things never seem to change

She said I'll head down to the record store
And buy the songs that we heard on the radio
I don't care if they're any good
They do it better than we ever could

And I'm ready, ready for anything
I'm waiting for my life to begin

Don't listen to a word I say, it's all bullshit anyway
Here's the spot where we gave up
Always knew we never would be good enough

She said let's take a ride on the 63
Get five minutes out of misery
There's the spot where we fucked up
Always knew we never would amount to much