All my life
All my time
Oh it's got a price
Oh gonna pay for mine
I know you really care
Oll my friends they got
Old apathy in the brain
They got no ideas in their heads
They got no path that I can't see
Don't you think that I don't blame them
Don't you think that I can't shame them
Don't you think that I don't want them
Don't you think that I ain't one of them
One of them
I know you really care
You're just another X



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    General Comment

    The last line is "You're just another exile" Dude just sounds pised aver some drug using idiots, hence the answering machine messages

    Section_9on April 16, 2007   Link
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    My Interpretation

    I think this song is the embodiment of this sort of self realization a lot of people have at certain pivotal moments in their life where they decide to move on. Then in retrospect, they realize how much their previous association fucked with their life. Bad habits, bad attitudes, bad thinking. All of it.

    Sakeytheninjaon November 17, 2015   Link

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