Gogol Bordello

‘I guess you can’t expect much from the hometown Well I don’t know if you can even call it your own When they don’t want you to get near excitement And in protest to that you just stay home No can do this! No can do that!’ Tribal Connection, Gogol Bordello

February 4, 2009 · 1 min read

‘I guess you can’t expect much from the hometown

Well I don’t know if you can even call it your own

When they don’t want you to get near excitement

And in protest to that you just stay home

No can do this!

No can do that!’

Tribal Connection, Gogol Bordello


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