"When It Comes To You I'm Lazy" as written by Wayne Hector and Fraser T. Smith....
I lay
My Head
On your thighs
And close my eyes and think of

All of our days

Fast moving months
They pass us by
For me things take time
To seep in
Into this mind

All over this place my opinions fly

We went blind
Into this standing
No pattern to follow

Go here now

All over this place
I am not my own

You're asleep
I miss you the most
You're already five years
I feel tossed to and fro

All over this place
Playing is calling my name


I am not my own

All over this place
Playing is calling my name

I want to be just like you and I
I want to be free
On my insides and prefer to raise others
Above my self

When it comes to you I been lazy
But now I need

I put down myself
Just to hide
Right behind
Oh you

I want
Of the world in me

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"When It Comes to You I'm Lazy" as written by Daniel Christopher Smith


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    General CommentI think this is about how easy it is for us to become lazy with having a relationship with God. You kind of push everything away despite what you know you really want (not just what you "should" do) because it's too much work. "Pappa!" is crying out to God because you are know you are trapped in this pattern. "I want to be just like you and I want to be free..." etc. "I want nothing of the world in me" sounds like a prayer.

    I really like it.
    Southboundon July 26, 2006   Link
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    General CommentI think it's from the POV of a father of a 5 year old son, who is appreciative of the "lazy time" spent playing and relaxing with him.
    wraton November 05, 2006   Link

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