I'm not a boy, I'm not a man
I'm just a guy trying to survive
I eat breakfast every morning
And then take the bus to work

You ain't calling me home
What's going on?
I'm missing you so

I watch the people on the street
They seem so busy with their phones
But no one looks you in the eye
There's a beggar, you shrug, you sigh

You haven't picked up your phone
What's going on?
I'm missing you so

Let's head for the mountains
Let's leave this goddamn city
Let's swim in the river
Let's forget about who we are just once

Let's leave this goddamn city
Let's swim in the river
Let's forget about who we are just once

I'm not a saint, I'm not a crook
I only read bestselling books
The monthly rent is coming near
That always gives me chills and fear

I got zero in my savings
I've got nothing in my checking
A bowl of rice and beans for dinner
Last time we met you saw me thinner

You ain't calling me home
What's going on?
I'm missing you so

Let's head for the mountains
Let's leave this goddamn city
Let's swim in the river
Let's forget about who we are just once

Let's leave this goddamn city
Let's swim in the river
Let's forget about who we are just once (x2)


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