I sit here patiently, I'm waiting for another pose
Looking straight at the camera, but she doesn't know what it's for
But she smiles anyway
She starts to lose her trust and her wandering eyes look straight ahead
She's staring back into mine but she hasn't noticed yet
She looks in the corner, she stops
She sees a man in back slowly approaching, but she's not scared
It's one more, she's lost so many now
She's losing track, she's lost track again this time is for good
The future is in this line and I'm sorry if you've forgotten
I guess it's gonna be another night all alone
Practice your line again and again
"Is there anything I can do for you now?"
The director is angry again, he sits in his chair
I look at him, he's staring back at me
He sees the point but he's not pleased
Kid, you're not here to love, you're here to act
Don't be concerned, you're just here
Talk and be ready, you better memorize that line
Or ask her to leave with you now
'Cause the future is in this line and I'm sorry if you've forgotten
I guess it's gonna be another night all alone
Practice your line again and again
"Is there anything I can do for you now?"
And I know it's been hard, you've listened with your sympathy
All the complaints of what I didn't have are gone
And the summer hasn't passed
We'll stay up late on weeknights and we will rest again at school
And we will be fine
Yeah, we will be fine


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