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Well my boy I think it's safe to say
Those tired eyes have seen better days
And if you could get it together
And step away from the stale routine you hate

I know you can do better than this
So get out the rut you're in
And even though it seems like a sensible thing
In my eyes you're giving in

Oh, it's in the way you move your feet
Like someone cursed these dead end streets
To make you work, reside and one day die
In the same town you spent most of your life

I know you can do better than this
So get out the rut you're in
I know you can do better than this
So get out the rut you're in
And even though it seems like a sensible thing
In my eyes you're giving in

I know you can do better than this
So get out the rut you're in
And even though it seems like a sensible thing
In my eyes you're giving in

I know you can do better than this
So get out the rut you're in
And even though it seems like a sensible thing
In my eyes you're giving in



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