Inspired by the consumer electronic.
Lost a step
Trying to run as fast as I could
From you and the bed that we slept in
And I said, "Now I'll never catch up,"
And look, I haven't caught up yet
But I'm not upset
Because you're not a threat
And I don't know who I'm trying to protect
So drop me a line, we can redisconnect
But I gotta jet, for now, gotta set my alarm
Clean off the makeup, turn on the charm
Get out of my dreams and into my car
But there you are
And I need a charge
The display is so large
And that picture is so unflattering
You're draining me and my battery
So I can't answer
The High Tech Computer Magician
"Decline" will automatically transfer you
So you can leave a message
I won't listen to
Blame it on bad reception
Try and try again you can't get through
Like I can't get through to you
That we were never anything really but we're through
I know it sounds romantic and silly but it's true
What do you want I should do?
I could change all the locks
Or I could turn back the clock
And you call me a cock, but I'm not, so you call me a lot, and you got what you want, now it's all that you got, we fought and we fought and you came out on top, but now it must stop.
So maybe you could call me sometime
When you're having trouble getting to sleep
And I can be cool to be unkind
And you'll listen to me
Well aren't I just a ray of sunshine?
But this is a set-up, and you are the punchline:
"Maybe you can call me sometime..."
from Yes Boss
released June 9, 2008
(c) Graham Smith, Thayer McClanahan, Ryan Smith, Mike Fadem
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