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Umphrey's McGee – Wife Soup lyrics

Maybe it could wait another day
For as it were I'm better off along without my feet
If laziness could be a middle name
Initial me so I could wander off and fall asleep

We've all recovered though still to stand
With no excuses for us to tell
So please allow sometime to pass

We've peeled our spirits into a hole
With no provisions left to share
And still our sleeves are waited down.

Wouldn't even believe your eyes
It's all a circus now
Wouldn't even believe your eyes
It's all your circus now
Wouldn't even believe your eyes

It's all your circus now

I know there's never reason for your doubt
And the same is true and held I hope, at least for me
So suddenly we found a new way out
But it's up to someone else to drag my ass along the street.



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