I could lay here all day and still feel the same.
Rest doesn’t help when it’s used this way
So, my friends drink fluids until their stomachs divide
while trying to kill something else on the inside.
So, I sit around and trace all these new lines on my face.
Yeah, I might leave a lot, but always end up in the same place.
I'd rather be lucky than good at anything.
Winter’s gotten under everyone's skin again.
Now, I’m seeing zombie versions of my friends.
So, I drink fluids until my limbs thaw out.
The snow might have melted but the trash came out.
Natural selection tested me. I’m missed the curve.
A cold stiff hand dangles me over what I deserve


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    Song MeaningFrom the track-by-track: "This year, Michigan suffered the harshest winter it's had in more than 100 years. This definitely created a hotbed for some classic seasonal depression. But once it gets warmer, I think people have a realization that the bare-bones weather just brought out some real feelings hiding underneath. The snow may have melted, but the trash came out."
    joe.is.cool12on March 28, 2014   Link

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