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I’ve known the same people my whole life.
I’ve seen them change as we get bigger.
Like I saw the girl who had the best cursive,
Walking upstairs with an alcoholic incentive.
I saw the boy who once ate a spider,
Offer that same girl his green lighter.
The other light that he used to need nightly,
Has been unplugged and donated to the salvation army,
Or stuffed in a box in his basement,
With the other things that no longer have placement.
I’ve known the same people my whole life,
I’ve seen them change as we get older.
Why am I acting so old?
I hate this state of mind.
Why do I feel so incomplete?
Why can’t I find my baby teeth?
It feels like our names have different meanings.
And for years to come they’ll keep changing.
I wish I could just hum for the rest of this song,
‘Cause talking about getting older just feels wrong.
But these words have got to come out of my mouth.
I can’t be a kid when my parents go south.
I can’t be a kid if I get a career.
I can’t be a kid if I ever grow a beard.
I can’t be a kid if I have thoughts like these.
And I can’t be a kid if I’m taller than my dad.
from Sells Out,
released June 16, 2017
Written and recorded by Skyler Knapp, Dominic Gould, Sam Slocum, Michael Lynch, and Miles Camiener.