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Late night stress you can't suppress ---- Will be duly addressed

Hey little man / little hope / big dreams, your balls are regrettably absent it seems.
You've settled for society's model role when you once had such lofty goals.

She's your anchor, my boy -
A well-intentioned decoy,
Immersed in social guidelines.
My boy, your dreams have resigned

Recall the time when you were a paper boy, mounting your unicycle, cursing practicality,
Mourning those lives unlived and discarded, and, above all, fearing a redundant reality.
Now Your dreams have crumbled for a pretty face, and you seem numb to your dreams' defeat. How can you call yourself in live when deep down you feel incomplete?

She's your anchor, my boy -
A well-intentioned decoy,
Immersed in social guidelines.
My boy, your dreams have resigned

You're a pussy, you're a pussy, you're a pussy, you're a pussy, let that bitch go
You're a pussy, you're a pussy, you're a pussy, you're a pussy, let that bitch go
You're a pussy, you're a pussy, you're a pussy, you're a pussy, let that bitch go
You're a pussy, you're a pussy, you're a pussy, you're a pussy, let that bitch go

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She's the fucking decoy
She drowned in social guidelines
My boy, our dreams have resigned.

She's your anchor, my boy -
A well-intentioned decoy,
Immersed in social guidelines.
My boy, your dreams have resigned

You're a pussy, you're a pussy, you're a pussy, you're a pussy, let that bitch go
You're a pussy, you're a pussy, you're a pussy, you're a pussy, let that bitch go
You're a pussy, you're a pussy, you're a pussy, you're a pussy, let that bitch go
You're a pussy, you're a pussy, you're a pussy, you're a pussy, let that bitch go




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    My InterpretationJust like everyone else I’ve talked to, I misheard the line “she’s your anchor, my boy” as “she’s a regular whore” the first time I heard it. While both lines actually seem to fit with the song amusingly enough, I truly enjoy how the metaphor of the anchor in the real lyrics connects this song with the rest of the songs on the album, particularly Voice of Reason. Whether intentional or not, I also found it really interesting that this song seems to convey a very similar message to the one conveyed in the song Opportunity Cost by Aman Amun, the musical project of CA band member Brian.

    I must say that I love the line “How can you call yourself in love when deep down you feel incomplete” as well. The way it’s sung makes it stand out from the rest of the lyrics, and it seems to sum up the basic point of the song. This girl is preventing the main character from achieving his goals… if she was truly right for him instead of being “society’s pearl”, she would have supported him rather than encouraged him to get a financially secure but soul-draining job.
    Echoreyn on January 14, 2009   Link

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