I smoked weed and worshipped Satan at church camp

by Caulfield Kids

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I woke up today and I opted out of living
Nothing in the world could be as pretty as my ceiling
My insides are on fire
And I don’t know how I got here
I guess that’s pretty fortunate
Id rather not remember

And I haven’t seen you in awhile
Its kind of hard through all this smoke
So you can bring your optimist bullshit
And I’ll supply the dope
And my life’s a song on repeat
About getting fucked up and fucked over
But we’ve got nothing better to do
Until we’re dead and then its over
So we’ll hold hands and jump from rooftops
Let our bodies collide at the bottom
And they’ll retrace our lives and read our minds
To figure out why we had lost them.

Why woke up today and opted out of living
Nothing in the world could be as pretty as my ceiling
My insides are on fire
And I don’t know how I got here
And I know I chose to be alone
But sometimes I wish you were here

Today I planned to burn the city
But the rain washed out my motivation
So instead I set myself on fire
To shed some light on the situation
But no one paid attention
And I still hate everything
So we said fuck it and sat down
We’ll wait it out til morning

I woke up today and opted out of living
Nothing in the world could be as pretty as my ceiling
My insides are on fire
And I don’t know how I got here
But I’ll be honest with myself
I don’t even really care
And we’re all so worried about tomorrow
But we’ve got shit to do today
why is it of your concern if I just want to waste away
and I might hate the world
or atleast hate the majority
but life can be much easier
if loves your last priority

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released September 9, 2012

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Folk Punk band out of Cincinnati Ohio

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