well, i know everyone that there's no need to know in this city.
i watch them all walk over one another,
but we all day it so there's no one to blame.
i mastered myself. i found out all there was to find out.
and if i didn't have bad health i'd have none at all.
and maybe we were supposed to be somewhere else.
i don't believe in anything that doesn't wear itself out unnaturally.
i'm falling down the stairs to the beat of second guessing.
i can pick it up halfway down on any street and take it home with me.
i'm falling fast. i'm low, and i'm guilty.


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    MemoryI'm proud and ashamed at the same time to be one of "those people there's no need to know in this city." We probably were 'supposed to be somewhere else' but here we were and "we" helped produce Cheap Girls. There is something to be said for that. Lansing-Made, for better or worse.
    jaheabon July 06, 2010   Link

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