I don't have any idea where it went.
I left it in my pocket with my rent.
It isn't just because I'll never see it again,
But that it wasn't where it should have been back then.

I can't find my piece of paper.
I should have been more careful with my piece of paper.
It isn't very often that this happens to me.
This is very important, fellas, can't you see?

It's hard to get people to understand.
It's not the kind of thing that's in demand.
I can't find my piece of paper.
I should have been more careful with my piece of paper...


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    General CommentRight after, "It's not the kind of thing that's in demand," there are two other lines where he says,"But I really did lose what I said I did, Will they ever sympathize with me again?"
    Rusty_Shacklefordon June 26, 2006   Link
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    Song MeaningDoc was a big user of LSD back in these days and this song is about misplacing his LSD. simple as that. multiple friends who used to work at the record label that put out this record told me about this song.
    curtisjameson January 03, 2011   Link

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