So darling, let me have just another puff,
It’s been so long that I haven’t had that stuff,
I know you’ve made your point,
But darling, it’s just a fking joint,
I don’t want to lie,
Sometimes I just need to get high,
You really seem to care about the damage it could do
but let’s be fair, it’s another place that it takes you to.
Can you quit it, maybe I should ask you
There’s no devil here, not the one you’re looking for
It’s just a liberator, unshackling chains and breaking the law
So keep your wisdom locked up in your conventional mind
Don’t let it out, cause that’s the only place it belongs
There’s enough of everything pulling us back, so just sing us a new song.
So don’t you mind, don’t be so radical
the smoke just makes it hazy for you to judge
We are not the lucky ones, just mere mortals
Living in circles, our lives ruined by drudge
Sometimes life can be endless, and that’s what we fear
That things will be the same, year after year
With no purpose, what do you live for
You thirst for a fight, hope for that war
And you’ve had better days,
and now you’re living with your lonely ways,
Worshiping the shrine of sadness, silenced by the noise,
you see the blank screen in front you, with words as your only toys.
So we’ve got bigger problems, so stay awhile, before you go,
It’ll all be better before you even know,
This only makes you human, even if it makes you weak
Let the Tambourine man play his song, its only solace we seek.
“Drugs and alcohol are not my problem. Reality is my problem. Drugs and alcohol are my solution.” – Russell Brand