Waking up every day in the same bed for nine long years and it all goes by.
I'm glad with what I got so you won't hear one word of regret coming out of my mouth.
I've wasted so much goddamn precious time worrying and complaining.
I'm so spoiled my eyes sewn shut.
I thought I was caught in a rut,
But I'm in no danger.
Yeah, I'm lucky.
Some people are more dull than me.
I'm so afraid of turning into a blank face.
Did you get lost on the drive?
How does it feel to be completely unnerved by the repetitive pounding of every day?
And every fucking day you're doing something,
How does it feel to go nowhere?
Where will you be 15 years from now?
Because accomplishments are nothing but instant gratification.
And were all gonna rot...

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Lucky Lyrics as written by Thomas Charles Chantler Williams Martin John Chantler Williams

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    "i thought i was caught in a rut, but i'm in no danger. yeah, i'm lucky" Osker with something that could be called 'uplifting'??? well maybe not so uplifting for most bands, but for these guys it doesn't get much more positive. but of course the whole song isn't like that it ends with... "because accomplishments are nothing but instant gratification. and were all gonna rot..." :)

    aniotaon January 12, 2002   Link
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    positive depression. Melancholy can be more uplifting than hapiness. or more satisfying

    wendyclearon July 02, 2002   Link
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    i really dont know the whole deal with the message but the song rocks.

    greendazeon April 09, 2003   Link

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