This is what I wait for
Every three hours take more
Don't you tell me life's a bore
I got stuff to live for

This is what I wait for
Each two hours take more
Don't you tell me life's a bore
I got stuff to live for

This is what I wait for
Every hour takes more
Don't you tell me life's a bore
I got stuff to live for

I got stuff to live for
I got stuff to live for

If you're new here
You'd have things to do here
If you knew, like I do
And I try, get you high, oh I

I got sound, no sound
I got eyes, no eyes
I got heart, no heart
I got a body that don't wanna be mine
I got nobody, I want to be mine
I got a body that don't wanna be mine
I got nobody, I want to be mine

This is what I wait for
Every minute take more
Don't you tell me life's a bore
I got stuff to live for


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    General CommentThis song is clearly about drugs, and not just bc pretty much every musician is on some sort of substance...this one really is. When you're in the addict mind set, drugs is almost in every thought and in that life style that's literally all you wait around for. All day. She also keeps saying, every 3 hours take more etc etc, and each time the time span gets smaller the more addicted u get the more often you need it. When you break down the lifestyle it's pretty fucking boring, you sit around and get fucked up all day, when ppl move into town they actually have 'normal' things to do liek bowling and blah blah blah...and obviously "STUFF to live for" is referring to some drug. A body that doesn't want to be mine, I'm presuming that refers to the fact that your body can't stand it but your brain is over powering it. Other than breaking all that down in my fucked up head and line of thinking Annie Hardy looks/acts like she's on something, girl def knows how to get down. I wish she was my best friend, but she's prob a bitchy addict in real life.
    bbabsbbon January 03, 2012   Link

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