"Target Group" as written by Tim Kasher, Matthew Ryan Maginn, Steve Mark Pedersen and Clint Frederick Schnase....
There's no use going to Des Moines
I heard it's just like here
I guess it's just like everywhere
As for us, I guess we're not immune
Look at our same plain face

Still I assume this subject identity
Shared with all the kids that qualify
And that's a pretty high percentage to embrace
But easier to classify
'Cause all my friends are in the same target group
And all of them look like all of you

And they're restless in standstill
But they don't know where to go
They don't know

I wish
I could disappear
My unwhole self
Away from here
Away from here, now!

I don't want to let it sit around
Just make it go away
Let it cure itself, let it be a cure for us
And if I never leave this hole
Make sure you bury me here with all my dead friends
We'll make a toast to the ones who ran away

Just get me through
Just get me through
Just get me through

Lyrics submitted by jephque

"Target Group" as written by Kenny Gamble Kenneth Gamble

Lyrics © Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd.

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    General CommentI wish everyone would get this song's message. It shows that everyone is trying to fit into "Target Groups" and so many people are the same. It harms everyone in the long run. Thats why I hate scenesters!!!
    MetalFaceon September 07, 2002   Link
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    General Commentthank you captain obvious... not to be rude, but i think people could catch that. and also, EVERYONE hates scenesters. so join the club, you unique individual, you.
    Stevoon June 07, 2003   Link
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    General Commentthat comment reeks of sarcasm. but a lot of scenesters don't even realize they're trendy and lame.
    DarkerShadeofWinteron May 08, 2005   Link

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