Middle Class Rut - Lifelong Dayshift Lyrics

Writer(s) : LOPEZ, ZACHARY / STOCKHAM, SEAN
Artist: Middle Class Rut Lyrics
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Album: Track 4 on No Name No Color
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Dangling on the edge of a lifelong day shift
Sick of the days but they just don't work

Someone come and pull me out
I never lived a full year

And if it ain't working
Then it's another
So take what you need
With the rest don't bother

Someone come and pull me out
I never lived a full year

And every little need
Ain't your need
But you ain't the only mouth
That you gotta feed
Or find a way to God
You're so wrapped up in it
that you can't survive

Your life
It ain't worth
Wasting mine on

Your life
It ain't worth it

No, no, no it ain't!

Thinking that you're life
At the time is defined by
A hammer and a nail
And you just gotta like it

Someone come and pull me out
I never lived a full year

But you ain't the kind that
Will lose that easy
One thing you got
Is the will to get it right!

Someone come and pull me out
I never lived a full year

Your life
It ain't worth
Wasting mine on

Your life
It ain't worth
Wasting mine on

I won't accept
That every day
Will just be thrown away

Because
Your life
It ain't worth
Wasting mine on

Your life
It ain't worth
Wasting mine on

Your life
It ain't worth
Wasting mine on

I won't accept
That every day
will just be thrown away

Because
Your life
It ain't worth
Wasting mine on

The end is coming, up!


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