Outside Inside

Album: Computers And Blues (2011)
  • Wake up and smell the coffee

    Stirring a word the conversation absurd
    Like the herbs of work their patiences and concurred
    Wake up and smell the coffee
    Light up and dwell the offerings
    Drink with a thinking pinch
    Sit with a kitchen sink

    The world is outside but inside warm
    Inside informal outside stormy inside normal

    Back to the time skip it on it's bullocks
    Rome to the oven turn it off it's on
    Skin a racket fag I'm gone
    What are we waiting for mate
    Let's wait to the place
    Cause it's all a bit late
    And were all in a bit of a state
    Weed makes me not want to be in new places fight it!
    Stare at the same tv watching the torrent like it

    The world is outside but inside warm
    Inside informal outside stormy inside normal

    The fossil-ed remains of locked of ancient ways
    Are buried or lost in every of my mates brains
    But I can't find it because they like blazing
    Solving that problem brings priests and doctors and poets maybe
    And hot overclocked brains
    I'm not over shocked blotto or of my rock place
    I got their at lunchtime
    I was still their at 8
    Next they were turning chairs onto the table at my place
    Psychedelic cycle get it?
    Ride all wet
    Arrive a bit sketch
    But I like bedding

    The world is outside but inside warm
    Inside informal outside stormy inside normal

    The world is outside but inside warm
    Inside informal outside stormy inside normal

    The fossil-ed remains of locked of ancient ways
    Are buried or lost in every of my mates brains
    But I can't find it because I like blazing!
    Solving that problem can be quite amazing

    The world is outside but inside warm
    Inside informal outside stormy inside normal Writer/s: MICHAEL GEOFFREY SKINNER
    Publisher: Warner Chappell Music, Inc.
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