Old Friend
Rancid Lyrics


Good morning heartache
You're like an old friend
Come and see me again

Good morning heartache
You're like an old friend
Come and see me again

Look up you're in Cleveland again
A solid line that never ends
I got stories that you'll never believe
And I know it, I wear it, I wear it on my sleeve
There must be something about you that I liked
But right here in the rain, you know, it just don't seem right
I always go out, I never hide
But in Cleveland I should've stayed inside

Good morning heartache
You're like an old friend
Come and see me again

Good morning heartache
You're like an old friend
Come and see me again

Testify my love for you
And I know it runs deep through your body too
From the cold black top to the hot concrete
And the old tin van, it ain't so sweet

Good morning heartache
You're like an old friend
Come and see me again

Good morning heartache
You're like an old friend
Come and see me again

Somewhere in America
Through the city at night
And you were far from home
But you knew it was gonna be all right

The unfortunate get preyed on by vultures' eyes
Eighty-six cents in these pockets of mine
You can take my money, you can take my time
But you can't take my heart, it's in the city behind

Good morning heartache
You're like an old friend
Come and see me again

Good morning heartache
You're like an old friend
Come and see me again

Lyrics © Wixen Music Publishing
Written by: TIMOTHY ARMSTRONG, ROGER M. FREEMAN, LARS FREDERIKSEN

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Most interesting comment from YouTube:

Kristian Richardson

A
good morning
E
heartache you're
F#m
like an old friend
D
come and see me again
A
good morning
E
heartache you're
F#m
like an old friend
D
come and see me again


Verse 1:
A E F#m
Look up you're in Cleveland
D A E
again a solid line that
F#m D A
never ends I've got stories
E F#m D
to tell you'll never believe
A E
and I know it I wear it
F#m D
I wear it on my sleeve
A E
there must be something
F#m D
about you that I liked
A
but right here in the
E F#m
rain you know it just
D A
don't seem right I always
E F#m D
go out I never hide but
A E
in Cleveland I should
F#m D
have stayed inside


(Repeat Chorus 1)


Verse 2:
A E F#m D
testify my love for you
A E
And I know it runs deep
F#m D
through your body too
A E
from the cold black top
F#m D
to the hot concrete
A E
the old tan van it
F#m D
ain't so sweet


(Repeat Chorus 1)


Interlude: Bm-D-Bm-D-Bm-D-A-E- x2


Verse 3:
A E F#m
somewhere in America
D A E F#m D
in the city at night
A E
we were far from
F#m D A E
home but you know
F#m D
it was gonna be alright


Guitar Solo: A-E-F#m-D- x2


Verse 3:
A
the unfortunate get
E F#m
prayed on by vulture's
D A E
eyes 86 cents in
F#m D
these pockets of mine
A
and you can take my
E F#m
money, you can take
D A
my time but you can't
E
take my heart into
F#m D
the city behind


Chorus 2:
A
good morning
E
heartache you're
F#m
like an old friend
D
come and see me again
A
good morning
E
heartache you're
F#m
like an old friend
D A-E-F#m-D- x4, A(hold)
come and see me again



All comments from YouTube:

brandon mobley

Hands down my favorite punk album of all time. It's a pure master class for punk bass playing.

Francisco Gonzales

I remember relentlessly playing and out come the wolves as a teenager...fucking badass album

Eduardo Lacayo

Rancid conforts my soul in such a way I cannot explain it.

Gretchen Ann

That's the truth.

Alex Felix

This was my favorite album as a kid. I played the shit out of it. Then, when I was 9, I had gotten their new album, Indestructible (2 years old at that point, this was 2005) and played it all the time. I still love this album the most though.

Christopher Lowe

They just are great, hands down. I just woke and found exactly 86 cents in my pocket. Just like the song.....I've actually been waiting for that to by chance happen for years!

promisedeyes

Ska punk is like literal food for the soul, it's enriching as hell

ANT

The chorus on this song is just so great.

Sheila Murphy

One of the best songs of all time

ERIC F

Matt Freeman is the fuckin MAN on bass!!!🔥🔥😎🎶🔉

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