All The Same

Album: Fading Frontier (2015)
  • My home, anywhere expect no comforts save for air
    Take it anyway I could leave or I could stay
    Wouldn't matter much to me, much to me
    My home, it's so cold, air-conditioned to the bone
    Take me anywhere, I could see a light out there
    I could see a light up these, a light up these
    A light up these, a light up these

    It's all the same, it's all the same, it's all the same

    My friend's dad got bored, changed his sex and had no more

    No more wife, no more kids, nothing left
    To live with to exist, so, so, so, so
    You should take your handicaps, channel them and feed them back
    Till they become your strengths, hollowed out it's all the same

    It's all the same, it's all the same, it's all the same
    It's all the same, it's all the same, it's all the sameWriter/s: BRADFORD COX
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