Be grateful
Say thank you for this opportunity
Cause you're going somewhere that you've never been
On a red-eye, coach-class, long line, American dream
For absolutely nothing

It's still a national act when the novelty wears off
You'll still be wearing black when the policy runs out

Be thankful
I'm leaving in a week, get home in April
We're going everywhere you've ever been for nothing
And it's something

It's still a national act when the novelty wears off
You'll still be wearing black when the policy runs out

I can't afford, can't afford to not afford
I can't afford, can't afford to not afford
I can't afford, can't afford to not afford
I can't afford, can't afford to not afford

It's still a national act when the novelty wears off
You'll still be wearing black when the policy runs out


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National Act song meanings
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