‘I stopped going to church the day they stopped feeding me I guess you could say I am the absolute American. We sell out our beliefs for the most secular of things like religion, your money is spreading disease and we are all dying in the streets’ Malnourished and underpaid, I’m a textbook suburban slave. I know it’s hard to look my way; I’m a textbook suburban slave. Malnourished and underpaid, I’m a textbook suburban slave. I’m keeping my head above the water but I am swallowing my pride. I pledge allegiance to the game that I’ve been losing since day one. I know it’s hard to look my way, I know its hard ‘cause I’m an ugly mother fucker. Malnourished and underpaid, I’m a textbook suburban slave. I know it’s hard to look my way; I’m a textbook suburban slave.


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