I think somebody switched my soul at birth
These bones don't really feel like home
And consequently I do nothing but hurt
No one recieving my pheremones
To be with me, you'd have to be, accident prone

It's not just you that feels like shit today
There must be something in the food
Well Jason, lace up your petroleum boots
We're to the moon, we're to the moon

Like Dave and Daniel we'll be having a wonderful time
Soon I'll find myself, then I'm coming down to shine

It's not just you that feels like shit today
There must be something in the food
Well Jason, lace up your petroleum boots
We're to the moon, we're to the moon

If I could only be what I want
I'd make a real good pervert
Okay so maybe I could be what you want
Building a love from the dirt
But when it rains, I'd be a stain
Of mud on your skirt

Like Dave and Daniel we'll be having a wonderful time
Soon I'll find myself, then I'm coming down to shine

It's not just you that feels like shit today
There must be something in the food
Well Jason, lace up your petroleum boots
We're to the moon, we're to the moon
It's not just you that feels like shit today
There must be something in the food
Well Jason, lace up your petroleum boots
We're to the moon, we're to the moon


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