A song about drug addiction
Be careful, don’t fall now, you don’t wanna slip and break your crown,
As soon as I picked it up I put it down, a nasty habit of turning a smile to a frown,
I caught you out like you were in a dressing gown, you were embarrassed enough minus the dressing down,
Ignoramus, a true life cypher can string you along like the pied piper, I’ve got a vivid image of life and it’s brighter, I don’t need help on an all nighter,
That’s just the thing with sporadic flow, just like life you aren’t sure where it’s gonna go, Oh no, I slipped again, made a mess and I can’t defend…
I’m gonna have to get some help from the serial applauder, running from the boarder, feel pretty free, I’m thinking about things that I shouldn’t be,
Battle for and against Class A is a way, to go, nobody knows, I’m going to a place where they don’t use ….
My thimble is humble through my pattern I stumble, made no sense just like a mumble, “chin up son!!” I heard somebody grumble,
Through gritted teeth, if this is the iceberg then what’s underneath?
Superbly executed my dear boy, clean is how I used to be, now I have joy, but no love, a dependency on escaping my own person, outer body is my own submersion.
I produced this with my friends The Last Dinosaur. It’s their album, I remixed it.