You set it up, you set it right,
it's fair enough. al'right:
if i want a loan, if i wanna trespass.
why should i walk when you've got wheels.
when i'm in doubt, when i'm in debt,
when i'm in deep at your expense.
then i owe you. i owe you. i owe.
i'd never make you suffer, i know that wouldn't do,
and that ain't practical, and i ain't through.
when what i got needs fixing, when i want something new,
i know i'm covered with you. your're my human interest...


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    General CommentI think he says "And that ain't practical for now"



    I fucking love this song.
    teenymarieon March 11, 2008   Link
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    General Commentthough it's written from a first-person viewpoint, i think that there is a lot of anger expressed here towards people who leech off of others.
    ataritardon July 19, 2008   Link
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    General Commentthe blood sucking leeches, that feast on our kindness.
    lyeberryon April 14, 2009   Link

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