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All We Got
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I never understood a lot
Cause I didn't need a lot, have a lot
So I never cared a lot
Stumbled through a black hole and ended up in Camelot
Where JFK had his head and he never got shot
It seemed perfect until the day came
Until insane became the norm
God became forlorn
It happened overnight as if someone flipped a switch
Flipped the script on this shit

Cause even in the shade and it is sunny
Somewhere over the rainbow, walking down this brick road
I stare at walls at night, hoping they do not fall down

We're all we got, don't let me down
We're all we got, don't let me down
We're all we got, don't let me down
Don't let me down
Don't let me down
Don't let me down

See, I see through the looking glass defiant
I stand tall in the midst of giants
Gargantuan shot with an elephant gun
Smiley face 'til this face grew numb
I read books 'til my mind grew dumb
Went holy so I speak in tongues
And it's hard to keep falling when life moves around you
All these emotions swirl about you like clouds do
Nothin' to do, nothin' to do

Never once occurred to me
I'd be staring out the window
At a world that doesn't see me
And my skin can't feel the wind blow

Nothing's on my mind but the time
Usually a fool with it
Watching seconds turn to minutes
Watching goals become a finish
Watching friends turn to villains
Back in the days of descendants
I was dead and holding up the ceiling
Do you remember, do you recall
No I don't, more like it's de ja vu
Walk across a barren world
People don't play outside anymore

Cause even in the shade and it's sunny
Somewhere over the rainbow
Walking down this brick road, hoping to find my way back home

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so good

MKR

"It never once occurred to me that I'd be staring out the window at a world that doesn't see me and my skin can't feel the wind blow."

Katherine Fleming

I view it as our souls talking to our bodies. But that too can be a form of prison.

Nic h

What

Kadin Crystal

2003 the lads and i would be out till dark everyday of the summer kicking it but wed be the only kids around

Austin Pischner

i honestly correlated that being dead and seeing life move on without but prison is a better one

By The Burnside

bluntmaster429 oh... Personally I'd thought it was a reference to suicide but that makes sense

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brandon

"people don't play outside anymore" --- the line that proves what us 90's kids lost. I miss seeing the bicycles & skate homies congregating in one place. love yall.. keep movin' forward.

J im

Peace and love y'all. Let's get through this....

Ian Bishop

I’m chilling outside right now, it’s true though most people don’t. I make my kids play outside every weekend, we used to ride bikes and skate from when we woke up until are parents forced us back inside

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