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This song is about wishing that I had won the lottery


Let me tell you all about the place I trade my life in
Eight of twenty-four, one out of three
Sitting in the corner lacking any real direction
Pumping out the cause of misery
Cause if time is money I don't really get a lot of money for free

In my Heat Museum I can see the shrinking window
Burning up my patience and my grace
If I have to read another hyper-urgent memo
Just shoot my lifeless body into space

Oh but I know it won't be different
Death is chasing me around
And I can feel all of the veins inside me throb
Write a letter to my boss and tell her that I'm Quitting My Job

I know, you know
Everybody knows we were born to be
In the forest hunter-gathering
Yeah I don't know that I really have the skills to run away
From this post-information age
But the grid looks a whole lot like a cage

Can we get lost forever
Can we get lost together
Will my life ever mean anything

Did you think about how hard it is to get a job if you don't already have a job and you want to get another job

Did you ever in your youth get any real deep thought done
Thinking of the things that you could do
Didn't think that if I floated and I never picked one
I'd end up on the sharp end of the screw

But I don't care if I'll be poor
Or scraping change up off the floor
I'm cutting tape I will not whore for all these slobs
Write a letter to my boss and tell her that I'm Quitting My Job


from The Valdmets​-​Harris Mystery Dimension, released February 12, 2016



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