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Side Kick (feat. Sean The Bastard)

from Lost Notes [ep] by Jim Nowhere



Originally performed by Rancid on the album "Let's Go"
Performed here


I had i dream i was a vigilante sidekick
my name is tim im a lesser known character
I had a dream i was a vigilante sidekick
fighting crime in the streets together

Down in Oakland off of west grand,
st joseph relief a poor program
A good place where good people get food,
help your fellow man is a good thing to do
Government agency said be afraid of me,
i shut your doors down it won't phase me
Wolverine came through left the agent for dead,
opened up the doors back up everyone was fed

Do not bill the abandoned buildings,
it's nice to sleep when you've got a ceiling.
Neighborhood watch said we gotta put a stop,
can't have people livin' for free call the cops.

Here comes the SWAT team, and the M-16,
shoot the walls in, destroy the building.
Wolverine was sad and it made him mad,
every single cop got a bullet in the head.


from Lost Notes [ep], released July 16, 2016
Written by Tim Armstrong and Matt Freeman
Arranged by Jim Nowhere
Lead Vocals by Sean The Bastard
(c) 2016 Trench Warfair Productions / Jim Nowhere


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Politically charged Singer/Songwriter Jim Nowhere writes angry, sad, and confused songs about the world around us.
With words & music containing a timeless style reminiscent of Joe Strummer, Hank Snow, & Woody Guthrie.

Jim Nowhere is also an Abstract/Neo-Expressionist artist
residing in Edmonton, AB Canada
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