Lazy days, under covers is a change of pace
From Saturdays strung together by a winter haze
Sometimes I get to settled until I start to come around
I might even scream at stupid in the mirror
Well I for one get nothing done with out some helping out
From chemicals my mother said to fear

And then it happened, like I imagined
I found myself sick and tired of waiting on you
In mid October, the world turned over
I found myself sick and tired of waiting on you
Can you help me out of this down slide?
Can you pull me out from the inside?

But that's okay; I've got the weekend and I'll work on Sunday
So stay awake; these little capsules pack a punch oh i'll say
Its times like these I knock the door down to make a point
I'm scared to death if anybody sees
I've come so far from where I was, so don't act so annoyed
I slip into another time release

And then it happened, like I imagined
I found myself sick and tired of waiting on you
In mid October, the world turned over
I found myself sick and tired of waiting on you
Can you help me out of this down slide?
Can you pull me out from the inside?

So here I go now; enjoy the show now
I find myself sick and tired of dealing with you
The worlds turned over and I'm not sober
I ask myself, what the hell am I gonna do?
And in the morning you'll hear the warning
My sirens are sick and tired of sounding for you
This won't be over until I'm sober
I ask myself, what the hell am I gonna do?


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