lifetime limbo lyrics – tay zonday

i sing a song i don’t care whether
all the pieces fit together
lollipops and traffic stops
dancing on an old roof top

tv dinners like the picture
reading junk mail like it’s scripture
bach and tupac on random repeat
bumped to first cl*ss airline seats

spitting llamas at the zoo
bosses who just laugh at you
getting soaked by ancient rain
seeing your baby’s face again

(chorus)
i sing a song i don’t care whether
all the pieces fit together
sing it high and sing it low
sing the lifetime limbo
sing it high and sing it low
sing the lifetime limbo

paper plates and interstates
silver dollar fishing weights
breezy starlight in july
stomp your feet and glorify

interviews in smelly shoes
looking for a drop of booze
empty stores on busy streets
ain’t no other place to eat

peanut b*tter long expired
never gonna be retired
learn to swim at ninety-five
teach your goldfish how to jive

(chorus)

make a mess when you’re depressed
wake without a drop of rest
ace a test and wipe your brow
pay your credit card somehow

say goodbye to those you love
cry in jobs you’re tired of
find a “you” you didn’t know yeah
living life in limb

/ tay zonday lyrics