Bored to Death

Album: Easy Street (2016)
  • I don't go out prefer to stare at my phone
    Afraid of what I might be missing at home
    Nobody longs for what they don't do I guess
    So here I am, I'm just bored to death

    Biding my time filling the space in between
    Illuminated by what comes on the screen
    I go to sleep to get these dreams off my chest
    So here I am, I'm just bored to death.

    Take me out it'll only get better
    Take me out got a long way to go
    Make it count 'cause I wanna remember
    What it feels like to keep a satisfied soul

    See my reflection now in all of the trends
    In isolation with the words of my friends
    Long nights alone means there's no one to impress
    So here I am, I'm just bored to death

    Take me out it'll only get better
    Take me out got a long way to go
    Make it count 'cause I wanna remember
    What it feels like to keep a satisfied soul

    Take me out it'll only get better
    Take me out got a long way to go
    Make it count 'cause I wanna remember
    What it feels like to keep a satisfied soul

    I don't go out, prefer stare at my phone
    Afraid of what I might be missing at home
    It's not my fault the world cant hold my interest
    So here I am, I'm just bored to death
    Is it all worth the anxious nights and the stress
    So look at me, I'm still bored to death
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