There's people everywhere,
And I can't help but stare.
They're forcing me to be something that I just can't be.
There's people everywhere,
And I can't help but stare at you.

Monday morning, feeling fine,
Spent half an hour waiting in line
To get something that I can't pay for,
No.
Well it's been the same ever since
We started out, now we're back again
Back at the beginning,
Not the end, the end.

Just a figure on a list,
Once forgotten, sorely missed,
Six across, a world with all too human.
Just a figure on a list,
Once forgotten, now sorely missed,
We're all too human.

Monday morning, feeling fine,
Spent half an hour waiting in line
To get something that I can't pay for,
No.
Well it's been the same ever since
We started out, now we're back again
Back at the beginning,
Not the end, the end.

Just a figure on a list,
Once forgotten, sorely missed,
Six across, a world with all too human.
Just a figure on a list,
Once forgotten now sorely missed,
We're all too human.

Do you for, what you thought
I am saying to you.
Do you for, what you thought
We are saying to you.
Do you for, what you thought
We were saying to you.

Burn this fucking world down.
Six across, we're all too human.


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Half An Hour song meanings
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