my official theme song:
i was happy in the haze of a drunken hour
but heaven knows i’m miserable now
i was looking for a job, and then i found a job
and heaven knows i’m miserable now

in my life
why do i give valuable time
to people who don’t care if i live or die

two lovers entwined pass me by
and heaven knows i’m miserable now
i was looking for a job, and then i found a job
and heaven knows i’m miserable now

in my life
oh, why do i give valuable time
to people who don’t care if i live or die

what she asked of me at the end of the day
caligula
[1] would have blushed
oh “you’ve been in the house too long,” she said
and i naturally fled

in my life
why do i smile
at people who i’d much rather kick in the eye

i was happy in the haze of a drunken hour
but heaven knows i’m miserable now
oh “you’ve been in the house too long,” she said
and i naturally fled

in my life
why do i give valuable time
to people who don’t care if i live or die

- the smiths

1 – the only reference to “caligula” i could find:
emperor of rome (37-41) who succeeded his adoptive father, tiberius. after a severe illness, he displayed the ruthlessness, extravagance, and megalomania that led to his assassination.
(from dictionary.com)

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