Binomial Pharmaclature

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Lyrics:

My smoke machine reflects my cellophane disguise
A candy-coated freedom. A transcendental lie
Chemical homeostasis keeps the ducks in line
All the ducks in my mind are having a wonderful time

Believe me I'm just fine handgun' from a thread or a vine
Spinning around in circles never asking why
Binomial pharmaclature
My pharmacist and I are on a first-name basis

What day is it today?
I can't remember
What difference does it make
Every four years in November?

With all the money in the world would your life still be a bore?
Do all the roads in your town lead to the liquor store?
If I go to church on Sundays and try to be a nice guy
Please God take my soul to the Walmart in the sky

Where everything's been fried. All drinks are jumbo-sized
St. Peter will play "Free Bird" every Friday night
Hydrocodone's my friend. A better friend than you've ever been
I think I'd like to die now. How much are bullets these days?

What day is it today?
I can't remember
What difference does it make
Every four years in November?

Can't help but be complacent. I'm going through withdrawal
Can't take these pills no more. Doctor told me so.
These times pass so slow. My veins are running low.
Da da da da da…

I need you
I want you
I love you
I hate you

You'll help me
I'll take you
I'll keep you
You'll love me

credits

from Spacemen Need Earthsuits (LP), released January 1, 2012
Written, Produced, and Engineered by Josh Pillbox at Angry Lamb Studios (LI, NY)
Mixed by Vaughan Merrick at Downtown Music Studios (NY, NY)
Mastered by Tom Baker at Precision Mastering (LA, CA)

© 2011 Secks Records

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