"Mizzy C" as written by and Dallas Green....
I keep my sacrament stories from my youth
That I've told before
Conversations with myself
Have become such a a bore
Struggling to find the rhythm
In these blues of mine
I've been living out of focus
Bearing of life and lie

If I try to change direction
I might not find what I'm looking for
But this bitter disposition
By now must surely run its course
Ooh

Now I've been given the gift of persistence
But it's become a curse
Unraveling backward
In the distance I heard a dirge
I can see a man
On his face there's no trace of time
There's a strange and mad idea I must find

If I try to change direction
I might not find what I'm looking for
But this bitter disposition
Well now it surely run its course
Ooh

I wanna change direction

If I try to change direction
I might not find what I'm looking for
But this bitter disposition
By now it surely run its course

So if I try to change direction
I might not find what I'm looking for
But this bitter disposition
By now it surely run its course

Ooh, ooh, ooh


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"Mizzy C" as written by Dallas Green

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    My OpinionThat first line is actually "I keep recycling stories from my youth" and bat last line in the chorus should be "by now has surely run its course"
    I love this song though. To me, it's about him trying to shift his perspective to be more positive and less jaded, and trying to learn to live more in the present than in the past, but also expressing a fear that he might not "find what (he's) looking for". This song is super relatable and it's one of my favorites on the record.
    Cassiecraig13on January 22, 2016   Link

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