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The Worst Day Of The Rest Of Your Life


by Possum Dixon. Buy album CD: Star Maps


Look at us, acting like grown ups
You'd be so proud, we've been screaming so loud
Can you see us now? we're wide awake,
The dreams have died we're so responsible but not alive
We're living your dream fueled by fantasies
And promises you never meant to keep.
A bait and switch horrible trick that we fall for every time
And we worked so hard been over looked so far
Led by example in the army of individuals.

Look at us act like you know us as we are
The sons and the daughters that you love your youngest ones
You've grown so callus of cast out and fledgling.
But we're not flying, we're falling

Tell me you love me and you'll give me everything
I'll keep dreaming
Tell me a story and make it happy...
And we worked so hard been over looked so far
Led by example in the army of individuals.

This is the worst day of the rest of your life
So swallow hard and digest this lie.

This is the worst day of the rest of your life.



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Album: Star Maps (2005) Lyrics
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  5. I'd Like To Answer Your Question Using Interperative Dance
  6. I'm Too Sexy For The Scene
  7. Mosaic
  8. Surface
  9. The Greatest Liars Truly Believe
  10. The Worst Day Of The Rest Of Your Life
  11. Too Much Too Long
  12. You Take The Blonde, I'll Take The Brunette

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