Charles Uniack
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True story of my teenage years.
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Peak: #489   (151,661 songs currently in Acoustic)
Peak in sub-genre: #80   (19,883 songs currently in Acoustic Folk)
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March 27, 2010
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MP3 3.2 MB, bitrate 128 kbps.
3:32 minutes
Words/music
Phil Berbig © Phil Berbig
Lyrics
He was a good friend of mine though we never met His name is one that I'll never forget He was five foot ten, brown hair and brown eyes He was a good good friend for so many years He bought me wine and he bought me beer I was 17 but with him I was 25 Oh Charles you never knew my name But when I met you my life changed I found your wallet underneath a tree With an ID that matched perfectly Chareles Uniack, you got me through high school And all those goofy teenage years When the weekend came your ID was my pass For purchasing wine, whiskey, and beer There was that date that I had that Friday night When I got a couple bottles of wine And Shirley Thomas really was impressed Oh thanks to you old Charles my friend We had us a really good time And Shirley looked good when she's undressed Only a week before she thought that I was strange But all of that sure changed I found your wallet underneath a tree With an ID that matched perfectly Well if I ever have a chance to shake your hand I'd slap you on the back and take you for a night out on the town When I turned 21 we parted ways But I never will forget, How good it was that Charlie'd been around