“Your Town” — lyrics

Words and music by Andru Bemis
I don’t like coffee chains Movie stores and aeroplanes I’ve gotta get out of this town I don’t like the way you drive You’re pissed at me I’m going forty-five Just take the time and slow down If time is money Don’t you think it’s funny that he doesn’t spend more with you? Maybe time is money But I’d be a fool honey not to waste it all on you I don’t like traffic jams Keep me out of them sardine cans Just give me some fresh air I really don’t like your town People always try to put me down Just cause I don’t cut my hair If time is money Don’t you think it’s funny that he doesn’t spend more with you? Maybe time is money But I’d be a fool honey not to waste it all on you I don’t like your gates, your guards Keep me out of your manicured yards Just let me go where I please Who died and made you king And where’d you find the diamond ring That makes you worth so much more than me? I don’t like your fancy cars Driving down my boulevard Telling me to get out of the way I really don’t like your town People always try to put me down Cause I don’t do what you say If time is money Don’t you think it’s funny that he doesn’t spend more with you? Maybe time is money But I’d be a fool honey not to waste it all on you