Van Life

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I feel so suffocated. You put me through this, you know I’ve waited (Waited for so long.) for a chance to make this all seem right. But every time I leave you I never get the chance to say I’m sorry, but I’m not coming back this time.
I never thought I’d be an ordinary kid with an ordinary dream. And I never thought I’d be still living in my parent’s house at twenty-three. It’s the van life for me.
I know it’s hard right now for you to comprehend. But every choice I make and all of my mistakes I don’t have to defend (Signals fade.) All the signals fade, they point to a day that will eventually break us apart. But I can’t change my ways.
I can’t change.
I never thought I’d be an ordinary kid with an ordinary dream. And I never thought I’d be still living in my parent’s house at twenty-three. It’s the van life for me.
I found home in a van, now this is my life. It’s so fucked.
I’ve been confused and the absence of sleep has got me smiling through tears, singing soft melodies. And I’ve been still haunted by all these ghosts of my past. One more chance now and I swear this will last.

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from Fully Ignorant, released September 2, 2016

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