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I waited in the park but you didn't show
I wanted you to say but you didn't know
it was okay
you were so sweet
and you're wrapped around my feet like concrete

It was late, I couldn't sleep so I took a walk
I walked up to your door but I didn't knock
I didn't know who
I was going to meet
and was that you
with him in the street

and you're wrapped around my feet like concrete
and you're wrapped around my feet like concrete
and you're wrapped around my feet like concrete
and it's you and it's you and it's you and it's you and it's sinking in,
and it's you and it's you and it you and it's you that I'm sticking to.

We could drive by the river in your silver car
just to hear the tires humming on the tar
and then make a fire
in the back seat
if I wasn't afraid
of sinking too deep
and I see fishes in my sleep

and you're wrapped around my feet like concrete
and you're wrapped around my feet like concrete
and you're wrapped around my feet like concrete
and it's you and it's you and it's you and it's you and it's sinking in,
and it's you and it's you and it you and it's you that I'm sticking to.
and it's you and it's you and it's you and it's you and it's sinking in,
and it's you and it's you and it you and it's you that I'm sticking to.

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from noplace like nowhere, released November 29, 1999

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Jim's Big Ego Boston, Massachusetts

Perform a Google search for "the Greatest Band in the History of Recorded Music" and your top result will be none other than Jim's Big Ego. Hailing from the small New England village of Boston, Jim's Big Ego compares itself to such major players as The Great Wall of China, The Grand Canyon, Antarctica, and other things you can see from space. ... more

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