Stasis Squalor

(Hayden Coil)

A man gets surprisingly good news from a trip to his doctor, and realizes he has reason for hope. He doesn't rightly know what to do with this information and begins to contemplate a brighter future for himself, while simultaneously drawing back from it due to an established comfort with his much developed, brooding nature. By the end of the song is he deciding to finally think positively and change his life for the better? Is he finding himself too far gone, disillusioned and contemplating suicide? It's ambiguous, and it's whatever you feel is apt for you in the moment.

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Outside the sun rays are burning my brain My sunken eyes are bloodshot and untrained And I've always been a somewhat sensitive guy Not one to step outside my plummeting body Inside my records are revolving in my brain Tobacco plumes make my smoke alarm complain But only when it's enough to revitalize my pain I should go see a doctor but what if he says I'm okay? What if I'm okay now? Then what are all these lyrics for? Why even question it? When you've now the time to commit? Too much pessimism can surely be a pain But too much optimism drives me insane I don't write jingles, I tend to find them lame But I'd rather make me laugh than keep crying in vain XXXX X XXXX XXXX XXX XXX XXXX XXX XX XXXX XXXXXXXX XXXX XXXXX XXXX XX XXXXX XXXXXXXXX X XXXXX XX XXXXX XXXXXXX XXXXXX XX XXXXX XXXX X XXXXX XXX XXXXX XXXXX XXXXXX XX XX X XXXXXXX XXXXX XX XX XXX XX XXXX XXXX XXXX XX XXXX XXX XXXXX XXX X XXXXX XX XXXX XXXXXX XXXX XXX XXXXXXXXXX X XXX

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