Borderline case
Reinforced glass
Earn some friends
Passport photos and a life so bad

Empty pocket and they think it's all
They think it's all
It's all ripped up on a smaller list?
You choose to woke up

Chemical's itching
Is it Grave?
Truly so

Separate the lead gun
Up we ghost, up we ghost
I love the way you print
Borrowed clothes

I could be numb
I could be numb
Passin' through

Borderline case
Future proof
Breathin' air
Breathin' air
Breathin' air

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Future Proof Lyrics as written by Neil Davidge Grantley Evan Marshall

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    Song Meaningmost of you got it right,some are dead off...

    the song is about a drug addict yes, and drugs... and most of the lyrics are literal...

    'Borderline case' = a person on the edge, someone with problems shut out from the rest of their world, with no one to turn to and no where to go, a person on the borderline of life.........

    'reinforced glass' = crack pipes are reinforced so they can be smoked out of.... look it up, this lyric is to the point......

    'absent friends' = another literal lyric, can be taken in many directions, but mainly again this person has no people in their life........

    'Passport photos, An elastic past, empty pockets' = this person has nothing to their name but their ID, no money, no anything;

    'They think it is all... They think it's soul' = they=the addict, regard the drugs as what they actually feel, what they think the drugs make them feel, like they have a soul, like its everything they feel........

    'All wrapped up on a swollen lip, He draws the warm pipe' = very literal here, all wrapped up on a swollen lip, the pipe is in 'his' mouth being smoked....

    .....the rest later.... if i get any responses from this...... if not, the truth is too hard to bare, cause you just cant see....

    poetton May 31, 2010   Link

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