Click on any song title to view lyrics. Birthday Song. The Long Ride.
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I did this exact same thing for the song, "Third Eye". It came out good, and I proved a lot, but not many people read the entire post because it was too long. I suggest reading it, I really did read into it a lot.
Come and be with me Live my twisted dream Pro devoted sledge Time for primal concrete sledge The man of a thousand retirements Will always be the one to tell you when to quit I won't take stock in a withered man I'm reaching into you, I'll make you understand Come and be with me Live my twisted dream Pro devoted sledge Time for primal concrete sledge. Rise above the lies Morals on a backwards globe A sin to you For me it's hope. It's my life and provision Black or white Some pay to pray You question why they Act this way It's their fucking decision No more judgement day Only tranquility Peace signs, protest lines Mean nothing to me Honesty born in me Heresy I know what's right or wrong And my belief is stronger Than your advice People, they go to war Because religion gives them Reason to fight Sacrifice, die for pride A group that caters No one's fees Or synthetic deities Is where I belong My stand is the human race Without a label or a face So they can lick my sack No more judgement day Only tranquility Peace signs, protest lines Mean nothing to me Honesty born in me Heresy.
About The Pot lyrics. Album 10, Days Art Direction.
The Pot is another of Maynards show of deep-seeded lyrics and thoughts. Some of his words seem not to make sense at firstbut as you dig deeper in his brain things seem to become more clear. I have noticed that he writes a lot like me in his songs; dark, strange lyrics that you have to think about to understand.
Like Ryan Gosling after 20 minutes spent rolling around in a dumpster. A dirtbag of the highest order. Definitely one of the best comedown folk ballads about condoms we can think of. We get it!
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