They say the north is too hot,
And there's nothin' out west
I tried living down south,
But I'm too well dressed
I couldn't understand the girls
In the middle of town
I guess the only direction left
is to head straight down.

So now I'm excavating,
diggin' a hole.
Which I can't climb out of,
now to save my soul.
So now I'm excavating,
diggin' a hole.
The only friends I have now,
are remote control

Well I'm an educated man,
I can do all my sums,
I've got my reason and my freedom,
my opposable thumbs.
And I'll decide if there's a god,
or a king of the Jews,
I've got so much free will, Mm
I just can't choose.

Spend my whole life,
just hangin' around
I've got the sunny disposition
of a dog in a pound.

Now reach the top of the ladder
and I slid right down,
I remain pissed on
until the day that I drown
and all the carrots and these thieves
and the lover's jokes
I suck the white collared cock
Until the day that I choke

I'm s'posed to pay good attention to my choices now,
I'm s'posed to plan for the future but I don't know how
'cause anything would do her, 'cause I'll be undone
I'm gonna howl at the moon, I'm gonna stare at the sun

I got a rocket ship ready,
in a room out back
I got a couple hundred cigarettes,
with a panic attack

So now I'm excavating,
hollowing out
I'm gonna pickle all the organs I can live without
I'm always excavating,
diggin' away
The sun were never brighter, but I make no hay



Lyrics submitted by madeleinee, edited by ellzor

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