I Don't Want to Know

from by two weeks notice



We’ve come a long way
Still got so far to go
Where it ends I can’t say
But as long as I can go I don’t want to know

[tribe one]
this journey began with a single step
and thirty three years later isn’t finished yet
been running from the second that i hit the deck
working earning the respect that i give and get

live and let live to put it in perspective
going for the objective until it is perfected
i’m less afraid of death since i became a skeptic
before i make an exit i need to leave a message

we seem to be connected by this thing that keeps pulling at us
some days it feels like going the way of the woolly mammoth
like a plan to put a bandage onto mortal damage
but if it wasn’t for the madness then i couldn’t manage

and i wouldn’t have it any other way
my cup runneth over but i know there’s gonna come a day
when the time i live this luxury finally catches up with me
but until then i’d love to stay

it all started on a four track
i borrowed it, it was broke when i gave it back
that’s been sorta a metaphor for the whole time I've been doing it
good enough to master it, weird enough to ruin it
my rise to prominence has been long delayed
but i figure i should get it sometime before i hit the grave
what i’ve built nobody’s ever gonna take away
a house of cards somehow stood thorough hurricane
i attained my goals and saw there was no finish line
you better learn to fall in love with an uphill climb
i’m never reaching for yours, i’d rather go for mine
and whatever happens it just happens, that’s life it’s gonna be fine
or it’s not. that’s just that it goes
if you’re gonna throw bows gotta expect to sometimes catch a bloody nose
keep swinging. clawing your way towards the top
live life like the bubble’s never ever gonna pop.


from two weeks notice, released July 16, 2015



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