"The Knowledgeable Hasbeens" as written by Tim Kasher, Matthew Ryan Maginn, Steve Mark Pedersen, Clint Frederick Schnase and Ted James Stevens....
Knock the wind the wind right out.
Knock it off.
I can't breathe.
Could I sing another line?

I think my knees are getting weak.
And yes, these knees are weak,
But who would believe in a hypocrite who sells himself.
Who's your scapegoat now?

Well, it's a million to one, but I think I got the part.
Trampled through the grind.
I wouldn't extend my disgust, but there's no one here â??cept you.
I don't see the point

In carrying on.
We could make the best
Out of nothing.

Who's your scapegoat now?
Who's your scapegoat?
Who's your scapegoat now?
Well, it's a million to one, but I think I got the part.

Trampled through the grind.
I would sustain this contempt, but I'd be wasting time again.
Hey, it's all I've got.
Please leave the confessions.

I could find a job
Waiting tables
Or something.


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"The Knowledgeable Hasbeens" as written by Matthew Ryan Maginn Clint Frederick Schnase

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    General CommentHis thoughts are much more clouded.
    Now the rest of this ep is great,
    But this song seemes stretched.. kind of filler.. which really hurts in an ep.
    There's just not much depth to this song, unfortunately although I love Kasher.
    It's pretty blatant and most the verses seem unrelated, which is partly shown by how few comments this song has (before this, none).
    Please, someone, tie this song together for me.
    forgetmynameon February 10, 2006   Link

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