Thursday, February 11, 2010

Quotation of the day for February 11, 2010

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Quotation of the Day for February 11, 2010

I've got obligations and responsibilities
Corroding stucco and dental fees
I got LDL and credit card bills
A little more grey and a little blue pill

Bosses and families who think they know it all
I can see the writing but the print's too small
A fixed rate mortgage tied around my neck
Got a minivan straight up for my vette

I just can't watch em throw their lives away
So I pound on the floor and hear myself say

You play your music too loud I can't hear myself think
You party all night you have too much to drink
You drive too fast and you dress like a slob
Too busy looking for fun instead of finding a job

But I look in the mirror I don't understand
When did I become a cranky old man
Yeah when I look in the mirror I don't understand
I'm too damn young to be a cranky old man

- Arun Lakra, from the song Cranky, recorded on the SubPlot A album, Tragic Romantic Mocku Fantasy.


Submitted by: Mike Krawchuk
Jan. 25, 2010

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