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Lyrics

ORDINARY LARRY

 

Ordinary Larry used to be one of the gang

He was up for anything and everything all the time

Ordinary Larry shut down every bar in town

A greasy spoon at 3am, the hair of the dog at dawn

He always saw every cool band that played

He knew the doormen and partied backstage

Ordinary Larry – was one of a kind

 

But we don’t see old Lar’ round anymore

No one answers when we knock his door

The blinds are drawn, there’s no light on

I’m not sure I’d still know his face

 

And now he can’t even remember the last time when he had fun

His wardrobe’s full of clothes from 1991

He can’t be bothered with going outside

9pm and it’s off to bed with help from his meds

 

Ordinary Larry used to drive the sweetest ride

A ’64 with suicide doors, a 460 that roared

Ordinary Larry used to drive the ladies mad

He had the looks, he had the charm, he was living large

He was the guy who always would win

We thought for sure he would never give in

Ordinary Larry – he was the man

 

But we don’t see old Lar’ round anymore

No one answers when we knock his door

The blinds are drawn, there’s no light on

I’m not sure I’d still know his face

 

And now he can’t even remember the last time when he had fun

His wardrobe’s full of clothes from 1991

He can’t be bothered with going outside

9pm and it’s off to bed with help from his meds

 

Ordinary Larry, you think you’re coming for me

Ordinary Larry, you think you’re coming for me

Ordinary Larry, you think you’re coming for me

Ordinary Larry, you think you’re coming for, you think you’re coming for

When you coming for me?