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ONCE YOU UNDERSTAND Think (Things get a little easier, once you understand) [repeated in background over and over and over until the end of the song] [spoken dialog] [Dad] I'll be expecting you to get a haircut by Friday [Boy] Forget it dad, that won't change anything [Dad] Forget, nothing, you'll do as I say as long as you are living in my house. [Mom] He knows I'm not feeling well And yet he doesn't take out one second out to help his mother His only concern is for himself [Boy] Come on ma, what do you want from me [Dad] Don't argue with your mother, just shut up and listen [Girl] But mom, all my friends will be there [Mom] I said no, you can't go [Girl] But why [Mom] I don't want you in that neighborhood [Girl] Why, what's wrong with that neighborhood [Mom] I don't like the kind of people living there [Girl] What's wrong with them [Mom] Never mind, some day you will thank me [Mom] Are you sure nobody kept you company tonight while you were baby sitting [Girl] What's that supposed to mean [Mom] Just curious [Girl] Admit it mom, you don't trust me [Mom] Where are you going now [Son] To my friend's house [Mom] Don't you have things to do in the house Don't you have homework Why don't you sit down and read a book [Son] Oh ma [Mom] Don't oh ma me You're wasting your life away with foolish things [Son] What are you talking about How about your bridge club and your ladies groups and your parties and your daytime programs How about all that [Mom] That's different [Girl] Ma, I'll be home at 11 [Mom] You better be home at 10 or don't bother to come home at all [Dad] When I was your age, I was working 12 hours a day 6 days a week helping to pay for the food and the rent [Son] I don't understand, what's that got to do with me [Dad] If you can't figure that out for yourself, you're stupid [Boy] Hey dad, did you see my new guitar, I joined a group [Dad] Son, there's a little more to life than joining a group and playing a guitar [Boy] Yeah dad, what is there to life (life, life) [Music and background singing stop] [Police officer] Mr Cook, [Dad] Yes [Police officer] Do you have a son named Robin, Robin Cook age 17 [Dad] Yes [Police officer] I'm sorry Mr Cook, you better come down to the station house Your son is dead [Dad] Dead? How [Police officer] He died of a overdose [Dad] Oh my god [crying] [music starts again and the 'things get a little easier singing too]


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