Shouldn’t Have a Leg Hole But I Do
Hot Mulligan Lyrics


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Hang my hat, don't think I'll ever get to leave
The door seems to run from my hand
Every change I make will inevitably lead me back
I sit and stay aren't I comfortable?
Why shouldn't I sleep?
I don't think I understand
Every path, every variable made so it'll bring me back
Me back, me back

Meditate, try a medicine
All conclusions lead, I'm not meant to live that long
Guilty fate, hope my father don't take it on himself if I'm gone
Sit and stay, what's unbearable
Always something new that I've got to see to the end
Hold your phone, record, make and edit to impose
It's better than until the end, instead
You'll find me as I try

Ignoring my nature
Just strengthens the bond
It will stay when I am gone
So then what's there to fix when
All is wasted
All potential I have lost
Every memory I've embossed is where I was wrong

Hang my hat, don't think I'll ever want to leave
The door never met my sight
Trapped inside, the fluorescent light
Flickers as it calls me back
I sit and stay, getting comfortable, this is all I know
I begin to understand




Every path, every variable made so it'll bring me back
Me back, me back

Overall Meaning

The lyrics to Hot Mulligan's song "Shouldn't Have a Leg Hole But I Do" explore themes of feeling trapped and unable to escape one's circumstances. The singer expresses a sense of resignation, as if they are resigned to their current situation and unable to break free. They feel stuck and unable to leave, as indicated by the line "Hang my hat, don't think I'll ever get to leave."


The singer reflects on the repetitive nature of their life, where every change they make only leads them back to where they started. This is captured in the lines "Every change I make will inevitably lead me back" and "Every path, every variable made so it'll bring me back." It seems like no matter what they do, they are unable to break free from the cycle they find themselves in.


There is a sense of resignation and acceptance in the lyrics, as the singer questions why they shouldn't just give in and stay where they are. They ask, "Why shouldn't I sleep? I don't think I understand." This could be interpreted as a reflection on the comfort and familiarity of their current situation, even if it is not ideal.


The singer also reflects on their own mortality and the impact their choices may have on their loved ones. They mention a "guilty fate" and express concern about their father taking it on himself if they were to be gone. This adds a depth of emotional weight to the lyrics, as the singer grapples with the consequences of their actions.


Overall, "Shouldn't Have a Leg Hole But I Do" conveys a sense of feeling trapped and unable to escape one's circumstances, while also contemplating the comfort and familiarity that comes with staying where you are, even if it is not ideal. The lyrics touch on themes of resignation, mortality, and the impact of one's choices on those around them.


Line by Line Meaning

Hang my hat, don't think I'll ever get to leave
I feel stuck and trapped, unable to move forward or escape my current situation.


The door seems to run from my hand
I struggle to find opportunities or chances for change.


Every change I make will inevitably lead me back
No matter what decisions I make, they always bring me back to where I started.


I sit and stay aren't I comfortable?
I settle for my current circumstances and find a sense of comfort in them.


Why shouldn't I sleep? I don't think I understand
I question why I shouldn't avoid facing reality and instead fall into a state of denial.


Every path, every variable made so it'll bring me back
Every choice or option I have ultimately leads me back to the same outcome.


Meditate, try a medicine
I attempt to find inner peace or a solution through various methods or substances.


All conclusions lead, I'm not meant to live that long
Regardless of what I deduce or determine, it becomes evident that I won't have a long life.


Guilty fate, hope my father don't take it on himself if I'm gone
I feel burdened by the idea that my premature demise would greatly affect my father's emotional well-being.


Sit and stay, what's unbearable
Remaining in my current state becomes unbearable and difficult to endure.


Always something new that I've got to see to the end
There is always a new problem or challenge that I must face and resolve.


Hold your phone, record, make and edit to impose
I try to capture moments or create a specific image through recording and editing videos.


It's better than until the end, instead
Engaging in these activities becomes a better alternative than facing the inevitable end.


You'll find me as I try
If you look closely, you'll see me attempting to cope and find meaning in my struggles.


Ignoring my nature just strengthens the bond
Neglecting or suppressing my true self only makes my connection to my current situation stronger.


It will stay when I am gone
Even after I'm no longer present, the situation or problem will persist.


So then what's there to fix when all is wasted
I question the point of trying to fix things when everything already feels ruined or lost.


All potential I have lost
I have forfeited any potential or opportunities that could have led to a different outcome.


Every memory I've embossed is where I was wrong
Every significant memory or experience serves as a reminder of my past mistakes or regrets.


The door never met my sight
I never come across any opportunities or chances for change.


Trapped inside, the fluorescent light
I feel confined and stuck within an artificial and oppressive environment.


Flickers as it calls me back
The flickering fluorescent light symbolizes the constant reminder or temptation to return to my comfort zone.


I sit and stay, getting comfortable, this is all I know
I continue to remain in my current situation, finding comfort in familiarity because it's all I am familiar with.


I begin to understand
I start to comprehend the repetitiveness and cyclical nature of my life.


Every path, every variable made so it'll bring me back
No matter which path or option I choose, it always ends up leading me back to where I started.


Me back, me back
Once again, I find myself returning to the same place or situation.




Lyrics © BMG Rights Management
Written by: Brandon Blakely, Christopher Freeman, Nathan Sanville, Ryan Malicsi

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Comments from YouTube:

Neil Schneider

I wish this song was longer, its so damn good!

Aj Solo

Love the seamless transition the first song to the 2nd it was the Cherry on top for me

Bobby Face

Best one off the album

Mike Claeys

Holy shit. This track kicks off the record right!

ETHAN

Fucking amazing, thanks for the hypness. The hypness is real

Cowboy Hat Jack

At 0:55 seconds🔥🔥🔥🔥🔥🔥🔥

ItsAlwaysRainingInWa

Is the title of this song about drinking? I googled “leg holes” and couldn’t find much

Cho Vue

Sounds like someone getting unexpectedly shot in the leg. But the lyrics indicate someone not knowing what to do with current life circumstances and then learning to accept what is happening and being contempt. 🤷‍♂️

Burnie Bikes Hog

1:17 dammmmnnnnnnn

Nick Lunceford

First?

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