Halfway Outta High School

Halfway Outta High School

Frozen in time, lost in a drift

Preserved by strong resolve alone

As the wind blows you fail to shift

Instead of paper, you're a stone


I lack this constant qaulity 

Changing at the drop of a hat 

Nothing's wrong with viscosity

Standing firm makes one seem flat


You're set in a precise routine, 

One that gets you through a long day

If it works why even intervene?

Some choose this path and never stray

You can drive us to a destination

I might flip through radio stations 

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