Loading Zones

Album: Bottle It In (2018)
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  • Back is achin' but I cannot sleep
    'Cause I want to be like I am the mayor of some godforsaken town
    Sure, they knighted me yesterday
    But who needs armor when I have an exoskeleton?
    I slip and squirm through the cracks
    Creep around by the- all the loading zones in my dirty little town
    Get my shoppin' done, laundry too
    Drop some dead weight, clean my hands of what I need to clean my hands of
    And all for free by mayoral decree
    All from zone to loading zone of my town, yeah

    Three grumpy girls and a dyin' daddy
    But oh-so gorgeous the way they crave
    How beautiful to take a bite out of the world
    I want to rip the world a new one
    It just crawls out of my mouth anymore
    You can hate on it or you can hug it
    You can get all mushy and lovey-dovey
    It's all the same when I'm out there drivin' around
    All from zone to loading zone of my beautiful town

    I park for free
    One stop shop life for the quick fix
    Before you get a ticket
    That's the way I live my life
    I park for free

    I park for free
    I park for free
    I park for free
    I park for free
    I park for free
    I park for free Writer/s: Kurt Samuel Vile
    Publisher: THIRD SIDE MUSIC INC.
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind


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