Anomie Train | I Live in Losertown

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I Live in Losertown

by Anomie Train

Roots flavored pop-rock sprinkled with a little alt-country and a cherry on top.
Genre: Rock: Americana
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1. This Land, Our Land
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2. Vincent Chin
4:28 $0.99
3. Lonely Street
2:57 $0.99
4. Day of the Locusts
5:04 $0.99
5. Halfway to the Grave
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6. Never Believed
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7. Uphill
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8. Dick Cheney Greets the World
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Album Notes
I oversleep again. I drag myself out of bed and hit the shower. I get dressed, not noticing my socks don't match. On my way to work, I listen to Kathleen Edwards in the car. My thoughts wander. I almost miss my exit--again.

I arrive at work and go inside. When I enter the office, I hurry to my cubicle, but I know everyone notices that I'm late again. I avoid looking at anyone's eyes.

I sit down and turn on my computer. I'm tired. I think about lunch already. I think I'll have a Big Mac. I listen to the Wallflowers and Tom Petty while I work.

After lunch, I keep looking at the clock, but time does not go any faster. I want to stop by Best Buy after work to pick up the Star Wars Clone Wars cartoon DVD. I get excited that Episode III will be out soon. I think about taking the day off when it premieres so I can go see it.

Five o'clock finally comes and I'm already halfway down the steps. My chair is probably still spinning as I pull out of the parking lot. I listen to Paul Westerberg on my way home. This is my life. I live in losertown. Where do YOU live?



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