Systematically, I'm in over my head
Situation I find embarassing
Heeding every warning with the battery's dead
Oh No

Systematically, I'm in over my head
The consequences I find disturbing
Fearing every corner where my tired maps lead
Oh No

Imagine a World where every Love Interest failed
put out or get out, put out or get out
Imagine a World where every Love Interest failed
put out or get out, put out or get of here

Systematically, I'm in over my head
Every singe instance unnerving
Braving territory where most others fear to listen
Oh No

Unfortunately, I'm overloaded in the brain
Worthy conversation now boring
Tried and trued experiments with nothing new to gain
Oh No

Imagine a World where every Love Interest failed
put out or get out, put out or get out
Imagine a World where every Love Interest failed
put out or get out, put out or get of here

Charismatticaly, guess I'm weighing in shot
My heady poetry repulsing
Intersellar contact with an obvious denial
Oh No

Gotta get out of here


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