Victor Holk

Victor Holk

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Folk - Alternative | San Marcos, Texas, United States
Total Song Plays: 678   
Member Since: 2007
   Last Login: over 30 days ago

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Lyrics

this cigarette tastes like its time to go
i wish i could stay for one drink more
and watch our memories fall to the floor
and realize we might not have been
the shit we though we were back than
and i don't miss those days at all

so lets go out tonight
share some five dollar wine
and forget where we went wrong
lets go out tonight
get drunk on five dollar wine
and forget where we went wrong
and leave this town alone.

i have friends in los angeles
and i have friends working for the police
i have friends, both at A&M and UT
but fuck Jordan Shipley and fuck Steven McGee
those motherfuckers used to pick on me
now everytime i'm home i see them on my parents tv

so lets go out tonight
share some five dollar wine
and forget where we went wrong
lets go out tonight
get drunk on five dollar wine
and forget where we went wrong
and leave this town alone.

i still remember the day
i knew i had to get away
it was long overdue
i knew i had to tell you the truth
i didn't love you like i said i do
baby my heart is still on the mend
i knew that i had to leave
so everyone could forget me
i'll be just another yearbook memory

so lets go out tonight
share some five dollar wine
and forget where we went wrong
lets go out tonight
get drunk on five dollar wine
and forget where we went wrong
and leave this town alone.

Song Length
8:50
Genres
Folk - Alternative, Rock - Indie/Low-Fi


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