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Johnny Hobo & The Freight Trains – Fuck Cops Lyrics

And I’ll get through this. JOHNNY HOBO & THE FREIGHT TRAINSFuck Cops Lyrics
And everything’s got me down. When I dream of the future I see smoking crack, watching ten-year-olds buy it. But when it comes down to it; I’m still the only one sleeping alone! Well he travels so he won’t find a way to destroy himself. When I dream of the future, I see an arm full of holes, empty pockets, and a bleeding nose. Pass more King Cobra until I’m falling over! And I don’t know the answer, but I know that you don’t have it. I just know that you’re wrong. I don’t know what’s right. But I’ll never make that same mistake again! It’s Saturday afternoon and malt liquor is in the mug. Until I’m falling over. But there comes a day where there’s nothing left for you here, wherever here may be and that’s the day that it’s time to go. I’ll vomit up the dope sickness. When I dream of the future I see shots of whiskey and failing health. Guess I should’ve known better than to think I wasn’t on my own. Now is no time to be sober! I’m not there now. And I guess I travel looking for the perfect method to do so. Hacking up a lung filled with blood and tar on a sidewalk next to my spangeing jar. The cops don’t come out ’till night. And if you had asked me then I would have slurred; well maybe I’m a little bit drunk. When I dream of the future I see a house fallen in on itself. I don’t know what I want, but I know what I don’t, you bastard. I don’t know where home is, but I know that I’m not there now. But it’s alright. I don’t know what I want, but I know what I don’t, you bastard. When I dream of the future I see a place with someone to wanna die with. But sometimes the thumb just isn’t enough to get the f**k out of this town. Next to my spangeing jar. I’m not there now. I don’t know what’s right, I just know that you’re wrong. The alcohol poisoning will pass eventually and I’ll survive again, unfortunately. I don’t know where home is, but I know that I’m not there now. And I don’t know the answer, but I know that you don’t have it. So he walks to the on-ramp and it seemed like we were in together and just maybe if things went right, it could stay that way forever.