"Life" as written by and William King Ross....
Verse 1:
Well you read the books your father gave you,
Ate the food your mother made you,
And left us all behind.
Now growing up is always tough,
Cause no one seems to know enough,
Like whether or not you are fine.
Once upon a time they told you,
Everything in life will hold you
Up to the burning flame.
The arguments of lonely men,
With topics like estrogen,
Never far behind.

Chorus:
I’m going to breathe in for myself,
Oxygen for my health,
Topic of grandeur,
And a lonely lonesome lullaby.

I’m going to breathe in for myself,
Oxygen for my health,
Topic of grandeur,
And a lonely lonesome lullaby.

Verse 2:
Well you gave it up to please yourself,
Morals left right at the door,
Saw it as a means to an end.
Relying on the bathroom floor,
A picture frame, a fight for more,
It’s not easy to break free.

Chorus:
I’m going to breathe in for myself,
Oxygen for my health,
Topic of grandeur,
And a lonely lonesome lullaby.

I’m going to breathe in for myself,
Oxygen for my health,
Topic of grandeur,
And a lonely lonesome lullaby.


Lyrics submitted by flashpunk

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