am I the passenger or driver of my life?
if I run out of gas think I could hitch a ride?
sometimes the gov'ner
sometimes the slave
I walk the surface of the sun and melt away
somewhere I
belong to no one's expectations anymore
try dog try
no one can hate you for the awful things you've done

in your life
in your life
in your life
in your life
in all life
in all life
in all life
in all life



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Egypt song meanings
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    General Commentthis song seems to be a cry of frustration...but unlike "All There Is", this seems more about inner frustration; In All There Is the writer/singer is disgusted w/ the world at large and retreats into smoking pot ('now this old herb has cut away the pain').....in Egypt the writer longs for personal release or freedom: "Somewhere I belong to no ones' expectations anymore".......
    anarionon July 14, 2008   Link

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