"Lifer" as written by Scott Radinsky, James Paul Iii Cherry, Mike Harder, Jordan Lieberman and Matt B. Riddle....
A row of mirrors before me and I can't see my reflection.
My life is so far is far from my expectations.
It's getting lonely in this parking lot of life.
I guess my punishment is my salvation,

wish I could find a way to roam.
Driving home always gives me the blues,
Singing songs about what I feel like inside,
Keeps me coming back for more.

It's getting lonely in this parking lot of life,
I guess my punishment is my salvation.
I tread the thin line,
You don't know who to follow home your life is so far,

Is far from your expectations.
It's getting lonely with this parking lot of life.

Lyrics submitted by black_cow_of_death

"Lifer" as written by Jordan Lieberman James Paul Iii Cherry

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    General CommentOne of the best Pulley songs. The reason I started listening to Pulley. The song hints of depression, but leaves room for hope in things you love, like music.
    Listen-upon October 14, 2002   Link
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    My InterpretationThis song , and "soberbeah" are the two songs by these guys that have really resonated with me the most. Especially the line "I guess my punishment is my salvation", this line confused me for years, until an event in my life opened my mind to its meaning. A divorce from my wife of 19 years. It was as I grieved , I began to process how the end of this partnership to my "soulmate" (my punishment) was also the end of what was also a toxic relationship that was crippling me in many ways, a perspective that was impossible to see while still in that marriage (my salvation). Very personal, I know, possibly not what was the exact intended meaning, but there you go. My thanks to the members of this group for several years of providing for me the soundtrack to my life. I'm eternally grateful.
    apunkron May 28, 2018   Link

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