"High Rolling" as written by and Matthew Mark Mchugh....
Got caught daydreaming again,
Of other words and of faulty friends.
Man how they change, you hit a rainy day
And they pull their umbrellas in.
You and me been kicking around
Ever since we could remember things.
Nothing's changed, everything has changed.
Still the same as it was back then.

See good and bad they come and go,
About equally, about equally, yeah.
And worries go, yeah but memories don't.
It just get's less easy to see them.
Man in the mansion's just the same as the man on the street,
It don't mean nothing, it don't mean nothing, yeah.
Let's take it slow, man I want you to know,
That some people will be what they wan't you to see,
Man why can't they see,
It.

Man he's high rolling today,
Got his fingers in everything.
Plans on taking over this place,
But what will he aim for then.
Seems greed's helpful to collecting,
In your pockets but not your soul.
Sea breeze, karma philosophies,
Me and my friends are richer than gold.







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"High Rolling" as written by Matthew Mark Mchugh

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    General Commentthis song makes me soo happy!
    This songs about material possessions and how they can't make you happy or a better person. "Man in the mansions just the same as the man on the street" They aren't any different people because the man in the mansion is wealthier.
    "sea breeze, karma philosophies, me and my friends are richer than gold" ... they may not be rich, but they are content and happy because they are doing what they love and the ocean makes them happy. Such a funky song!
    DeathCabRamazingon August 17, 2006   Link
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    General CommentShould be "since the day we could remember things"
    Such a happy song. This album is so good
    PhilVeton August 14, 2007   Link

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