I want friends who don't give a fuck again
I'm gonna do all of the things I said I'd do when I was a kid
Exist between the margins, not between the lines
Getting my hands dirty, not living life romanticised

I see people that I love melting into mortgages
And low interest bank loans, income tax percentages
And it's all so fucking meaningless
Trivial and self-imposed
It'll kill you if it can, and it wants to
It's knocking at your door
Telling you to get what you paid for

And I know talk may be cheap
But living has always, always been free
And we are born with every single thing
We could ever need
And I know talk may be cheap
But living has always, always been free
And we are born with every single thing
We could ever need
We could ever need

You can't love anything before and after nine to five
The only thing you cannot buy is time
And if you saved it with half the fucking zest you saved your money
You'd realise there is nothing you need to buy

Just be happy that you were able to survive
All we are is bags of bones
Pushing against a self-imposed tide
Just be content with staying alive
Cause it'll kill you if it can
And trust me it wants to
It's knocking at your door
Telling you to get what you paid for

And I know talk may be cheap
But living has always, always been free
And we are born with every single thing
We could ever need
And I know talk may be cheap
But living has always, always been free
And we are born with every single thing
We could ever need
We could ever need

Greed is glory and God is money
Government is government, it's all so fucking meaningless
Let them cancel each other out
We didn't need them then
We sure as hell don't need them now

We were born kicking and screaming
Filthy and free
And that's how every other second
Of our lives deserves to be


Lyrics submitted by thecraze, edited by allergictolife

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