Nobody’s saying a word


You do what it takes
Try it free
Become acquainted with this kind of life
I had been confused about what I wanted to be
I didn’t know nothing
You taught me that
It’s taking a while changing costumes

No wonder they’re so goddamn good
They start early
Every day from nine to twelve
Gently like a pianist
I want you to go looking with
not a bell ringing

Being in business for yourself
make sure everyone has matches
Just move on
As fate would have it and it usually does
Now what am I going to do?

Don’t worry about it
Open the bag
Go sit down
This is my dream

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