"Cold Slope" as written by and Jeffrey Scot Tweedy....
So-so and you don't really care
Sat alone and you're there all day
Some would say you're never really there
Although you still take up space
I know I know and you know that I know
It's a power play

I, I won't recognize you
I won't recognize you
Anymore

So-so and you don't really care
Stand alone and you're there all day
Some would say you're never really there
Although you still take up space
I know I know and you know that I know
It's a power play

When I won't, I don't take some Wi-Fi wicked
Entrees full of chant-laced fakes
I'm on cold scope, raking down
Where's our receivers?

Oh, look on the phone
And you can say what you want
Or I'll say what you want
Why don't it take, undertake the weak walls
[?] the stone
I advocate aiming for the weak walls
[?] the stone
And you can say what you want
But you don't know what you want
Ah, say what you want

Now I'll say
All I will say

I, I won't recognize you
I won't recognize you
Anymore


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"Cold Slope" as written by Jeff Tweedy

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