Ronnie (Let's Do It Like We Used To)

from by Jordan Carr

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Ronnie called me up and said "i'm in your town, lets fucking rage
Let's do it like we used to
lets do it like we used to"
he said, "I just got off of house arrest,
and I'm about to beat my girlfriend's ass,
come on don't let me down.
You're the only friend I've got left in this town."

Ronnie pulled up with a bottle in hand and a song on the radio and said,
"do you remember this one?
Do you remember this one?"
He belted out some Third Eye Blind, tipped the bottle back and with a glimmer in his eye, "tonight's our night,
tonight we're gonna try

to out drink the midnight sky
and pack our noses til we can't get high.
Tonight let's do it all
tonight, let's do it all before we're old

Stumble down to the bars six shots deep
stumbling over people's feet
through all the bathroom lines
yeah, all the bathroom lines
Ronnie rolls up with a round of Rumpleminz
man, all these girls see through our shit, but
every once in awhile
I catch a little smile
and we

out drink the midnight sky
and pack our noses til we can't get high.
Tonight let's do it all
tonight, let's do it all before we're old

Man, all of these years are catching up
and all of these drinks are kicking in
and all of these songs I'd like to sing along with
for one more year before I give in
then Ronnie sang,
he said, "I gotta tell ya something, friend"
he said, "I'm sick of hearing about the real world, yeah"

So, let's out drink the midnight sky
and pack our noses til we can't get high.
Tonight let's do it all
tonight, let's do it all
Let's out drink the midnight sky
and pack our noses til we can't get high.
Tonight let's do it all
tonight, let's do it all before we're old

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from Reinventing The Dumbass, released July 26, 2013

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Jordan Carr Minneapolis, Minnesota

After a year of recording and a year of incarceration, Jordan Carr is now ready to share his heartfelt and blackened acoustic music with anyone sitting behind a glass of strong drink. “What Carr has done with ‘Reinventing the Dumbass’ is make the perfect heartbroken drinking soundtrack,” says Austin Kaus of 605 Magazine. ... more

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