"409 in Your Coffee Maker" as written by and Billie Joe/kiffmeyer Armstrong....
I sit in the state of a daydream
With all of your words flying over my head
Even more time gets wasted
In a daze

It should seem obvious to you
Your screams and cries are never going to work
And all of your time gets wasted
In my daze

[Chorus:]
And I'm looking back now
At where I have gone wrong
And why I could not seem to get along
My interests are longing
To break from these chains
These chains that control
My future's aim

I sit in the state of a daydream
With all of your words flying over my head
Even more time gets wasted
In a daze

Maybe I'm just too damn lazy
Or maybe I was just brainwashed to think that way
And all of your time gets wasted
In my daze

[Chorus]

I'm looking
Back now at
Where I have
Have gone wrong
And why I
Could not seem
Could not seem
To get along

[Chorus]


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"409 in Your Coffeemaker" as written by Frank E. Billie Joe Armstrong

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    General Commenti got the impressions, while sitting in math class bored out of my mind, that he wrote this song about being bored in class, and the teacher's words just flying over him and no matter how much they yell at him to do his work, he doesnt, and his talents are wasting away, being controlled by chains, the chains that control his future's aim..which is, being a rock star.
    Finion June 02, 2004   Link

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