When you wake up slow,
In your yellow crusted semi-pool
Humiliated, raided by the pigs at school
But who cares about them?
I don't

I wondered softly toward the skulls docks yea
With nothing on my back but a hangman's pole
I've been looking for my soul
But I'm about reading to quit scrounging

Well they told me i could never be nothing but the half drawn tiger of a junior college student and i said alright
Well they all faded away like ants on a plate, said dinin' on corn
and i said alright
I said i stood on the scorch burned earth
and everyone burned alive but Randal and I
And I said alright
Cause it don't matter what you do
It just matters what you do

Well when you wake up slow
and no one else is in your brain
you've stepped of the dark train ego
and the weather feelin' pink
and you think you might change the world a bit
declare yourself done with the toxic rains
but your brain is fogged again
they dragged you clawing while fallin' in


Well they told me i could never be nothing but the half drawn tiger of a junior College student
And i said alright
Well they all faded away like ants on a plate dinin' on corn
And i said alright
I said i stood on the scorch burned earth
And everyone burned alive but Randal and I
And i said alright
He may be black as ash but you the whitest trash I've ever seen

It's alright now, the operations done
Though the needle sure were cold
I had my fun and in the end
They'll all see it was pretend
They'll all swear it was pretend




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Dharma Brains song meanings
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