"An Ill-Treated Hiccup's View of the World" as written by and Kevin Barnes....
The cats are clawing at the screen door
The neighbors are revving up their cars
The world is just exploding now with people
And all of their noises are drowning out
The cats still clawing at the screen door

I was just a hiccup in the rain
When you struck me with your cane
You made it your life's work to end up a stain

The cats are clawing at the screen door
The neighbors blast speakers from stereos
The world is just exploding now with people
And all of their noises are drowning out
The cats still clawing at the screen door
Crawling at the screen door

I was just a hiccup in the rain
When you struck me with your cane
You made it your life's work to end up a stain

Found after a party!


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"An Ill-Treated Hiccup's View of the World" as written by Kevin Barnes

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    General CommentI think the song is about how people dedicate their lives to pleasing themselves and being materialistic, while they don't do anything about the people in the world (the "cats clawing at the screen door") that are far worse off than they are.
    scootingeron March 28, 2008   Link

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