Cough Syrup

The lyrics of Young The Giant’s song got me thinking about life in general and how our particular challenges tear us down and at times nearly make us lose our minds…..But things don’t always have to be so dire…  even if they do become so we can always seek refuge on those things that give us comfort….like friends, family, Richard Armitage fangirling and our faith – whatever that might be….

So I run now to the things they said could restore me
Restore life the way it should be

His smile is infectious
His smile is infectious

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Life’s too short to even care at all, oh
I’m losing my mind losing my mind losing control, oh oh
These fishes in the sea they’re staring at me oh oh
Oh oh oh oh
A wet world aches for a beat of a drum
Oh

If I could find a way to see this straight
I’d run away
To some fortune that I, I should have found by now

I’m waiting for this cough syrup to come down, come down.

Life’s too short to even care at all, oh
I’m coming up now coming up now out of the blue, oh
These zombies in the park they’re looking for my heart
Oh oh oh oh
A dark world aches for a splash of the sun, oh oh

If I could find a way to see this straight
I’d run away
To some fortune that I, I should have found by now

And so I run now to the things they said could restore me
Restore life the way it should be
I’m waiting for this cough syrup to come down

Life’s too short to even care at all, oh
I’m losing my mind losing my mind losing control, oh oh

If I could find a way to see this straight
I’d run away
To some fortune that I, I should have found by now

So I run now to the things they said could restore me
Restore life the way it should be
I’m waiting for this cough syrup to come down

One more spoon of cough syrup now (oh whoa) [x2]

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2 thoughts on “Cough Syrup

  1. Nicely pointed out, Maruca! As long as you are willing to be swayed by a smile, uplifted by a performance, and encouraged by someone else’s example, there is reason to hope.

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