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Drivers in the taxicabs,

People live their roles.

Thirty-five cents.

Throw it in the toll.

They don`t know they`re paying what is stealing their food.

They`re forced into the melting pot where they`re simmered and brewed.

He loves being sick but he looks for a cure.

[Chorus:]

You can call this sane.

You can call this eccentric.

He marks his books with steak knives.

All we are is lunch for the sky.

Why can`t we be jazz musicians?

A little melody will soon be missing.

All we are is lunch for the sky.

Let`s all play the lottery so we can buy all our dreams.

I`m a self-help video with the worst themes.

Everything I wanted I was all in a dream.

I still wasn`t much or was that just how I seem?

He loves being sick but he looks for a cure.

[Chorus]

I stood back to the countryside.

I asked if you`d like to take a ride.

My moods come in two stages.

God-awful and contagious.

I can`t tell you what I want to say.

The city digested yesterday.

Death is not the end it is the cure.

[Chorus]

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