Busy staining the glass
Busy hooking up the reel-to-reels and eight-tracks
Hoping for something special inside
Something special on the outside looking back in
A permagrin

Speaking as a child of the 70's
Barry Manilow can make the young girls cry
Now my radio is banned on memories
I don't remember why

I've been thinking 'bout life
I've been thinking 'bout the world
I've been thinking 'bout God
So self-assured
I'm indigenous to time
I'm indigenous to my place today in my mind
Dreaming down
(You're not that bad off)
(Don't be so sad)
(Don't be so hateful)

Speaking as a child of the 70's
When all my Star Wars figures had their respective guns
Pressured life subsides my urgencies
I don't remember one

Lyrics submitted by Mopnugget

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