Get up in the morning
Pack myself a fresh one for my head
Pour myself a cup of coffee
Try to drag my sorry ass from bed

There's only one way to start the day
That one way for me, I'd have to say
Doing bonghits for breakfast
I'm doing bonghits for breakfast

Now it's about lunch time
Smoke another one I'll be fine
Smoke the whole thing to my head
And maybe I won't end up dead
Smoke a lot of pot you see
'Cause I don't like reality
It makes me kind of numb
To all the fucked up shit we've got today

There's only one way to start the day
That one way for me, I'd have to say
Bonghits for breakfast
I'm doing bonghits for breakfast

Now it's about supper time
Roll another one I'll be fine
Smoke a lot before I eat
And then I eat too much to see
Then I get the munchies
Then I get real happy
Then I start to come down
So i sit down and I watch TV

There's only one way to start the day
That one way for me, I'd have to say
Doing bonghits for breakfast
Doing bonghits for breakfast

Now it's time to go to bed
Smoke another one to my head
Keep some of my bad dreams away
And lets me sleep my night away
If I don't smoke weed before I got to bed
I have the worst nightmares you've ever seen
I don't know if I can handle that

There's only one way to start the day
That one way for me, I'd have to say
Doing bonghits for breakfast
Doing bonghits for breakfast

Getting up in the morning
Pack myself a fresh one for my head
Pour myself a cup of coffee
Try to drag my sorry ass from bed

There's only one way to start the day
That one way for me, I'd have to say
Doing bonghits for breakfast
I'm Doing bonghits for breakfast
Hydroponic bonghits for breakfast
Bring over bonghits for breakfast
Join me for bonghits for breakfast
Western winds bonghits for breakfast
Bonghits for breakfast
Doing bonghits for breakfast



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    General CommentYeah, this is Staind alright. I'm sure some of you have heard of J-CAT, if not, here you go.

    "Before Staind, there was J.C.A.T. Comprised of Jon Wysocki, Chris Ballini, Aaron Lewis, and Tori Sands JCAT played a style of music similar to that found in Staind's acoustic tracks (Its Been Awhile, Four Walls, Outside, etc). Sometime in the last couple of years (as Staind gained more and more recognition), one of their performances surfaced; a live set of nine tracks played at Club Infinity in Springfield, MA. Two of the songs performed at Club Infinity are "Its Been Awhile" and "Outside." Outside gives you a better idea of what Aaron means when he said he was always changing the lyrics to it, as its essentially the earliest available version of the song. "Its Been Awhile" remains virtually unchanged on the other hand.

    Although nobody knows for sure, its believed Chris Ballini put the recordings out on the net perhaps to let people know how Aaron & Jon started out.

    At or around the time that JCAT was performing, Aaron and Jon were busy working on Dysfunction. Its not quite clear as to whether or not JCAT existed before Tormented but it is known that Aaron and Chris had an acoustic grunge duo at one time which ran from about 1995 to 1998. As for Jon Wysocki, he played in a short lived funk band by the name of "Defunkt" along side Tori Sands & Chris Ballini."

    Yeah, some of the songs on the CD include early versoins of "Outside" and "It's Been Awhile". Also, alot of the songs are very, very softer than Staind.

    But anyways, as Aaron says before he plays the song, it's about "A daily habit, for alot of folks." Quite enjoyable that I found this.
    Razorsharpteethon January 18, 2006   Link
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    General CommentThanks for the article. I love the way this song sounds. I am not too fond of blues music, but Aaron makes everything great.
    sexyaaronlewison April 23, 2007   Link

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