My Old Man Lyrics

The Walkmen


publisher: ©BMG RIGHTS MANAGEMENT US, LLC
writers: Paul C Maroon Matthew Frederick Barrick
album: Track 5 in album Bows + Arrows
release date: 2004-2-3
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length: 4:47

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Here we are, come see us driving in your car.
In the morning's dim, break it off with him.
You said something there. Something throws me from my chair.
I refuse to talk this hour, 'cause I don't need this now.
You're a sure thing, but I know
I don't need this now.

You're an old friend we both know
I could take you out.
And last night I did something that I don't wanna hear.
Bring your sister out, we'll be leaving now.
And I punched upset, and it's buzzing in my ear.
Bring your sister out, we'll be leaving now.

You're a sure thing but I know
You can count me out.
You're an old friend. We both know
I could take you out.

I see it now. I see it slow, I see it now. I see it now.

Here we are, come see us filing in my car and take a spin
Break it off with him.
He says something there. Something throws me from my chair.
Bring your sister out, we'll be leaving now.

You're a sure thing but I know
You can count me out.
You're an old friend. We both know
I could take you out.

Track Listing

  • 1 What’s in It for Me
  • 2 The Rat
  • 3 No Christmas While I’m Talking
  • 4 Little House of Savages
  • 5 My Old Man
  • 6 138th Street
  • 7 The North Pole
  • 8 Hang On, Siobhan
  • 9 New Year’s Eve
  • 10 Thinking of a Dream I Had
  • 11 Bows + Arrows