Day Jobs

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Guest vocals by Mike Wolf from The Offseason

lyrics

When you're seventeen you think you know it all.
There wasn't one thing I cared about, just get drunk and skate around.
Like that time we broke into the rich kid's cars.
They hadn't worked a day in their life, and no we thought that wasn't right.
I saw how much the work took a toll on my mom.
High school pregnant with a kid, collage didn't make the list
Of the things that we needed to survive.
Whatever it took to pay the rent, and keep the roof over our heads.


It's times like these I'm thinking straight.
No one should have to live this way.
We all struggle in our own ways.
Because the money's in the wrong place.


Well I know you had the best intentions,
Mistakes were made and it was hard to mention.
Notice on the front door written in black and white.
Eleven year old kids don't know what wrong or fucking right.
Well it must of been nice, with your perfect life.
But I gotta ask how the fuck do you sleep at night.
Was sorry the best thing you could say,
because I deserve more than your sympathy.


It's times like these I'm thinking straight.
No one should have to live this way.
We all struggle in our own ways.
Because the money's in the wrong place.


It's enough to make me sick.*
Living paycheck to paycheck. *
Five shifts a week we waste away.*
Watch our lives end day by day.*
All we hear is vote and pray. *


It's times like these I'm thinking straight.
No one should have to live this way.
We all struggle in our own ways.
Because the money's in the wrong place.

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from Day Jobs, released October 16, 2015

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Trophy Lungs Boston, Massachusetts

Four intoxicated nerds playing mediocre music in between episodes of The X-Files.

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