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Story of my life  Social Distortion



Subject: STORY OF MY LIFE-----SOCIAL DISTORTION CHORDS------G C D In that order for the entire song.
[G]High School se[C]emed like such a [D]blur
[G]I didn't have much in[C]terest in [D]sports or school election
[G]and in class I [C]dreamed all d[D]ay
[G]'bout a rock & roll [C]weekend[D].
Chorus---

[G]Life goes[C] by so f[D]ast
[G]you only wanna [C]do whatcha think is ri[D]ght.
[G]Close your e[C]yes and its p[D]ast.
[G]Story of my [C]liiiiiiiiii[D]fe.
******I hope your the picture by now*************
******Here are the rest of the words*************
2.
Well I went downtown to look for a job
I had no training no experience to speak of
and I looked at the holes in my jeans
and turned and headed back.
3.
Well I went down to the old neighborhood
the faces had all changed nobody left to talk to
and the pool hall I loved as a kid
is now a 7/11.
4.
Good time come and good times go.
I only wish the goodtimes would last a little longer.
I was thinking of the good times we had
and why they had to end...........
So I sit at the edge of my bed
I strum my guitar and I sing an outlaw love song.
Thinking of what your doing now
and when your coming back.
THATS ALL!!!!!
Any other Social D songs you know put them on here.
If anyone knows Lost Child please send it to me!!!!Prison Bound too.

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