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I’m serving 12 to 15, working the coffee machine
I’ve got a license to fly underneath the radar
She’s about 50 feet north, 'As Seen On TV' store
I know she’s gonna tune me in sooner or later

With my medication, I will be fine
With my medication, I will be fine
With my medication, I will be, I will be fine

I said, “I’m trying to write my novel”
She said, “Neither am I”
And either way I saw you reading 'No Depression'

You’re doing nothing, I’ll come over
We’ll watch '6 Feet Under'
And then we’ll maybe get around to your condition

With my medication, I will be fine
With my medication, I will be fine
With my medication, I will be, I will be fine

First she’s gonna tire of my fixations
Then she’s gonna tire of my face
I’m gonna need a new affectation
I’m gonna need a new one everyday, everyday

With my medication I will be fine
With my medication, I will be fine
With my medication, I will be, I will be fine



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