Waiting for My Ruca
the easiest song ever written
this isn't really part of the song, but on the intro where he says
"punk rock changed our lives", i'm pretty sure these two notes are
played in the background.
waiting for my ruca:
sometimes it sounds cool if you prebend and release it. that is,
if you bend it like a quarter step right before you strike the note
and then release the bend smoothly as it's sustaining. I think that
may be how he plays it on the album.
(She was living in a single room with three other individuals. One of them was a male and the other two; well the other two were females. God only knows what they were up to in there. And furthermore Suzan I wouldn't be surprised to learn that all four of them habitually smoked marijuana cigarettes...
I smoke two joints in the mourning
I smoke two joints at night
I smoke two joints in the afternoon
It makes me feel alright
I smoke two joints,
in time of peace,
and two in time of war
I smoke two joints before I smoke two joints,
and then I smoke two more
Smoked cigarettes 'til the day she died
toke a big spliff of some good sensimillia
smoked cigarettes 'til the day she died
toke a big spliff of some good sensamill...
("Easy-E were ya ever caught slippin'?"
Daddy he once told me
son you be hard workin' man
And Momma she once told me
son you do the best you can
But then one day I met a man
who came to me and said
Hard work good and hard work fine,
but first take care of head
Whoa rock me tonight
Whoa-oh Jah sake
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