I am no longer who I am
No longer
It's all ad nauseam to you
Albeit abetted by the first four amounts
I counted them up at the fountain I founded for you
Back at school
Everything was true
I am a tastemaker, and I kill things
I am not a tastemaker and I kill things
Albeit acquitted on the first four counts
The compilation released by the nation I founded for you
Back at school
Everything was true
Ridiculously cool
I am no longer who I am
No longer
It's all ad nauseam to you
Albeit abetted by the first four amounts
They rounded us up by the walls that I never stoned for you
Back at school
Everything was true


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    General Commentone of his best earlier works, I think with city of daughters he started to come out of the lo-fi 'ideas for songs' and "we'll build them a golden bridge"

    I love the eeriness of that instrument in the backround. Gives it a bit of the scary carnival feel
    lakremadudeon April 20, 2008   Link
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    General CommentI love this track as well, I Still have been studying it for its meaning though.... Its seems cliche but it comes off to me.... that he is singing to the girl that he has bent over backwards for to impress and show that he loves her but its just not good enough to keep her interested as she prepares to leave for school! idk how acurate this is.... just my initial thought.

    Though my Fav. Line in the song is:
    "The compilation released by the nation I founded for you"
    PdotEasyon July 22, 2010   Link

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