we all have to fall, but why so fast and so far?
it’s so much better now
it’s so much better now
desk drawer pharmacy
crc7173

we all have to fall, but why so fast and so far?
what you said is a god damned lie
there’s plenty left to lose
it stared me down and
left me shaking in my shoes

it’s so much better now
it’s so much better now
stamped on the front and the back:
crc7173
desk drawer pharmacy
affectionately


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crc7173, Affectionately song meanings
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    General Commenttaking pills for depression, but is that a legal or illegal drug???
    terri kayeon January 18, 2007   Link
  • 0
    General CommentDesk drawer pharmacy....sniffing glue. See: crcindustries.com/
    nomojomofoon October 05, 2009   Link
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    Lyric CorrectionWe all
    Have to fall
    But why so fast
    And why so far

    It's so much better now
    It's so much better now
    It's so much better now
    It's so much better now

    Desk drawer pharmacy
    CRC 7173

    And we all
    Have to fall
    Why so fast
    And why so far

    What you said is a God-damned lie
    There's plenty left to lose
    It stared me down and
    Left me
    Shaking in my shoes

    It's so much better now
    It's so much better now
    Stamped on the front and the back
    CRC 7173

    Desk drawer pharmacy
    Affectionately
    discriminanton August 31, 2011   Link
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    General CommentCRC7173 is the code stamped onto the medication Gabapentin.

    JV uses the theme of mental illness (and the medications that go with it) frequently, and in this case, the narrator is self-medicating with it.
    poopmachineon January 14, 2014   Link
  • -1
    General CommentGEIL

    fucking good, i can't say anything more about this...
    askachanon June 16, 2006   Link
  • -1
    General CommentGEIL

    fucking good, i can't say anything more about this...
    askachanon June 16, 2006   Link

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