Wasting his days and his nights Nothing's changed Nothing's right He has no sense of pride Sees no respect in his parents eyes and why should he care? No one ever cared for him? Wasting her nights and days Sixteen with a child God wouldn't have it any other way And then they told her of shame and that impurity made her bed no fuckin' CHOICE She took two lives instead All these worthless nights All these wasted days Down the path I follow you because who am I? Denial I still care but it's my life in despair Laughing harder In self-concious I've played my last solitaire That shirt's too tight to wear Wasting my days nad nights Nothings changed Nothings right I know I'm not exactly the parents guide to living but it's the road less traveled in this world so unforgiving and I've lost count of score

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    General CommentWow, no one commented on this? This is my favorite lagwagon song. It's just talking about the toll of pressure from society, whether it be parents expectations (no respect in his parents eyes), moral pressure (the impurity part), and how not giving in to that pressure or letting it get to you is the way get through it. Most people give in to social pressure, therefore not giving in is the road less traveled.
    TonyBar3on November 24, 2004   Link

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