In a world lit only by fire
A girl led only by fame
And she's singing with the most
Important singers
Of...
Her day
And the last six weeks
Of her pay
Was all responding
To supermarket magazines
All of those secret reams
Suffering through a miserable youth
Now you're gracing Esquire covers
I'm starting to learn
How money gets earned
So how about leaving coins for supper
'cause somebody spilled the beans

From the Meyers-Briggs image
Comes an event full of occupations
So we threw the rest in the grass
Smoking in the back of your cab
Suffering through a miserable youth
And now you're gracing Esquire covers
I'm starting to learn how money gets earned
So how about leaving coins for supper
'cause somebody spilled the beans.

Suffering through...
A miserable youth...
I'm starting to learn
I'm starting to learn
I'm starting to learn


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Coins for Supper song meanings
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