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Disappointing Son

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Singing out of tune, weekday afternoon.
Everyone's at work.
Sweeping up the floor, clearing out the drawer.
Putting off my chores.
There's so much more I should be doing.
I know what could be done.
No one thought I would become a disappointing son.
Singing out of tune, they'll all be home soon.
Tired from their jobs.
I'm already retired, waiting for the drier.
Rats in the wall.
There's so much more I should be doing.
I know what could be done.
No one thought I would become a disappointing son.
A disappointing son.
A disappointing son.
A disappointing son.
A disappointing son.
Disappointing son.
Disappointing son.
I could be a gear to crank, a wedge to pry, a block to build.
They could make some use of me, and be some perfectly fulfilled.
Alarm is set to noon, dawn is breaking through.
Rats in the wall.
There's so much more I should be doing.
I know what could be done.
Never thought I would become a disappointing son.
A disappointing son.
A disappointing son.
A disappointing son.
A disappointing son.
A disappointing son.
A disappointing son.
A disappointing son.
A disappointing son.
Walk on a run, walk on a run.

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from You Need To Hear It, released July 1, 2014
Lizzy Allen on backup vox.

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Sam Miller Oregon

Sam Miller is an American multi-instrumentalist songwriter and producer. He has released two full-length studio albums, In One Place at a Time (2019) and You Need To Hear It (2014).

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