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Takes a crane to pick me up.
A twenty gallon coffee cup.
A metal flag to move my brow.
Indelible's my color now.
Forever is the time it takes to get me moving.
Can you wait?
I'll be along any year.
Progress slowed by heightened fear.
I got a broken crown.
I went from king to clown.
Don't think I'm down.
A fool's got so much less to lose.
I see your life's a race I can't run.
U curse the man who fired the gun.
Concrete socks and cement shoes.
The race was fixed I'm gonna lose it.
There's danger in a desperate man.
Watch yourself I'm panicking.
I know my time is almost done.
It's now or never.
Never comes.
We're young yet.
Too young to regret it.
I see you play it safe.
If you had a dime I bet you wouldn't bet it.
Well that's cool.
What's advice from a fool?
Just hear me out.
This is what I'm all about.
Twenty-one in need of fun.
Growing old.
In a band to understand a fucked up world.
Twenty-two it could be through.
Enlist now.
No one knows where it is going, but it's up from down.
Could well be I'm full of shit.
Saying never guarantees it.
Still Im not some posicreep.
Reality my soul do keep.
Living on the brighter side.
Living only half a life.
I keep my feet tied to the ground.
I let my head go wander 'round.


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    General CommentJawbreaker has some pretty interesting lyrics. I like these.
    I'm not sure if there's anything to really make out from them. In the begining it sounds like it's about things being really shitty, but towards the end it sounds a little more... "optimistic".
    jawbreaker8996on November 08, 2004   Link
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    General CommentI think it's about day dreaming of doing things and never actually doing them, but saying one day he will. It goes back and forth. I also think he's maybe blaming life in general for his feelings.
    wicked123on May 12, 2008   Link

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