"This Is What I Do" as written by and Miller....
This is what I do this is what I do
Jennifer 1 was a racehorse-rider Heidi was a house on fire
Bernadette kept a distance we got tangled up in telephone wire
I'm gonna sing this song forever about a girl that I once knew

And how she is always leaving this is what I do
This is what I do for a living this is what I do
In another life I was a holy roller in another lifetime I flew
I have always kept a distance this is what I do

This is what I do for a living this is what I do
This is what I do this is what I do
Every one of us has a secret rhythm beating like a drum
All of us have a albatross and this is my one

This is what I do for a living this is what I do
I could hide it in the attic I could bury it in static
I could only put it out in Japan
I could tape my mouth closed I could take another dose

I am dancing as fast as I can
This is what I do for a living this is what I do
This is what I do this is what I do


Lyrics submitted by EmoChicka16

"This Is What I Do" as written by Stewart Ransom Miller

Lyrics © Peermusic Publishing, SONGS MUSIC PUBLISHING

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    General CommentFrom listening to the song I'm pretty sure that where you got the ???you??? he sings "I have always kept your distance" where you got the ??trust?? he sings "All of us have an albatross, and this is my one" and where you got the ???????? i'm pretty sure he sings "I could take another dose". Not positive about those lyrcs since I don't have the good fortune of being Rhett Miller but I'm pretty damn sure those are the words. Just figure you wanted to know since you got the ?'s. However if you didn't want to know feel free to ignore this post.
    NotCoolZeuson September 10, 2002   Link

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