#1
Alright, I started with the first line several months ago, and I just scribbled everything else down in 5 minutes.

Dylan

Should we trust Bob Dylan, now that he's Sixty-Seven
Was everything he said just the drugs talking
Don't tell me, you actually believe that shit
When we were just BSing, everything we said

So don't trust me, when I tell you to
Because I know it won't end too well

And later, I read a book of quotes
All about how to live my life
But can I believe, that the Dalai Lhama
Really knows how I should treat myself

So don't trust me, when I tell you to
Because, I don't know what the hell I'm talking about

So you just follow in your favorite scene
And you think, That I was fucking serious
I can't even end a song right
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how about the way your entire country generalizes a culture by the actions of a few, citing any Americans idea of a middle eastern person.
Last edited by TheIceCreamMan at Jul 26, 2009,
#2
even though it seemed like a sort of ramble, i still enjoyed it.

The commas in the lines "dont trust me" ect kinda threw me a bit, maybe it was the just the way i was reading it.

otherwise i liked this.
If I don't meet you no more in this world, I'll meet you in the next one and dont be late.

JWU Baking and Pastry '13
#3
I like it a lot, it kind of reminds me of something but I can't quite put my finger on what. My favorite verse was the Dalai Lhama verse...it just seems very well written to me.