Only God Knows Why Karaoke Kid Rock Explicit Lyrics

Karaoke Only God Knows Why Kid Rock

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I've been sittin' here trying to find myself
I get behind myself
I need to rewind myself
Looking for the payback listen for the playback
They say that every man bleeds just like me
Now I feel like number one yet I'm last in line
I watch my younger son and it helps to pass the time
I take too many pills that helps to ease the pain
I made a couple dollar bills but still I feel the same
Everybody knows my name they say it way out loud
A lot of folks fuck with me it's hard to hang out in crowds
I guess that's the price you pay to be some big shot like I am
Out stretched hands and one night stands still I can't find love
And when your wall come tumbling down
I will always be around
People don't know 'bout the things I say and do
They don't understand about the shit that
I've been through
It's been so long since I've been home
I've been gone
I've been gone for way too long
Maybe I forgot all the things I miss
Oh somehow I know there's more to life than this
I've said it too many times and I still stand firm
You get what you put in and people get what they deserve
Still I ain't seen mine no I ain't seen mine
I've been givin' just ain't been gettin'
I've been walkin' that thin line
So I think I'll keep a walkin' with my head held high
I'll keep moving on and only God knows why
Only God only God only God knows why
Only God knows why why why only God knows why
Take it to the river, hey won't you take me to the river hey hey hey hey

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