"U-Trau" as written by and James/barbot Robbins....
Fourteen days in the dream house
In the binder
Keep on drinking

It's some arrival
Some adjustment
To have to view unblinking

Falling down
Aging in place
Calling out
Falling down
Aging in place
Calling out

Don't go too far, not bad
You're just nostalgic for lost time
Bought the second-rate product in demand

Credit still due
Over your head
Cardboard dust coats everything

Falling down
Aging in place
Calling out
Falling down
Aging in place
Calling out

Don't go too far, not bad
You're just nostalgic for lost time
Bought the second-rate product in demand
Bought the second-rate product in demand


Lyrics submitted by DevMinor

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    Song MeaningI get the feeling that this song is distinctly about spinning one’s wheels or wasting time and being unproductive. In this song, it’s a bad thing; the character here wants to have done something meaningful, but instead they appear to be working in a factory of some sort (hence the “cardboard dust”) and feeling themselves age in place. I suppose the “dream house” could be the person’s ultimate goal, but it seems so unattainable that the person feels hopeless.
    DevMinoron January 07, 2011   Link

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