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I'm happy being a little man
I don't wanna be a company man
I don't wanna have a company van
Today today
I happy being an also ran
I don't wanna be a company man
I don't wanna have a company van
Today today
And the sounds of the summer
You are bound to suffer
(Live) [in the cold of the winter
You will fold and splinter]



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  • alexthomasdavis
    alexthomasdavisFeb 24, 2014 at 1:45 pm
    This is about not wanting to be a company man. The chord structure is really good in this song. I used to have an acoustic hooked up with a distortion pedal, which I would use on the chorus. It was like a cross between Oasis and Nirvana it was wicked. Turned out I'm so lazy I ditched the distortion pedal because I couldn't be arsed to move my foot up and down. Ha

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