Lovely jumbly
Hoity-Toity
You never understand

I found solace in the place designed to extract all living things

The water wheel turns in rage
Should've stayed never knew center stage meant all the world to you
Where you go, now I see someone else, never me
Accept the loss, take it on the chin

I can see it make its way from a single stare designed to kill
It Won't stop calling in the back of what I used to call my head

The water wheel turns in rage
Should've stayed never knew center stage meant all the world to you
Where you go, now I see someone else, never me
Accept the loss, take it on the chin

And when you come around you'll find us here
Peeking through the holes you thought were never there
What's the best thing you could do to yourself
Take a rest from your life for the rest of your life

The water wheel turns in rage
Should've stayed never knew center stage meant all the world to you
Where you go, now I see someone else, never me
Accept the loss, take it on the chin
On the chin
On the chin


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    Song Meaning “Taking It on the Chin” suggests his ambivalence about fronting a band, an issue that has receded of late. “I feel comfortable performing with The Grey Race,” he reveals. “It’s a nice little unit, a real collective. It makes me feel at home.”
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