Michael Dyer
By: Michael Dyer
Catalog ID: 367390   Duration: 3:29   Tempo: Med Fast   BPM: 144   Vocal: Male Vocals
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About a person who is trying to fix a misspent life through New Year resolutions.   Keywords: New Year, Resolutions, Procrastination, Bad Habits

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Michael Dyer
© 2009

On New Year's Eve, while intoxicated,  I debated and berated, all my faults.
Tormentin' thoughts would not halt, 
So I chose a path of direct assault.

Time for New Year's resolutions, to end frustration and all my strife,
Began to hunt for blunt solutions, 
Salvation for a misspent life,
I started a list, New Year's Eve, of resolutions I planned to achieve. 

I guess I drink, way too much, becomin' a dissipated lush.
So one resolution, has to be,
To drink less scotch and much more tea."

I pontificate, way too much.  Don't listen to others. I'm outta touch.
So a resolution to now include: lettin' other's views be viewed.
Started a list, New Year's Eve: of resolutions I planned to achieve. 

Procrastinator at facin' chores; puttin' off for later what I shoulda done before.
Then resolved, the old year departed,
To complete each task, once it got started.

Becomin' pudgy, almost fat.  How can I stand to stay like that?
So, in addition, to this year's mission: deny those fries and cherry pies.
Started a list, New Year's Eve: resolutions I planned to achieve.  

An' I see too much, trash TV. 
Surely a sign of a lazy mind,
So resolved to read, an-essay-a-day, 
Of high caliber (though pulp I prefer),

Then found my list, for last year's eve,
When the year before was about to leave.
Same resolutions, I did seek, with attempted execution, 
For jus' one week. 
One week.

Now think I'll put off, 'til next year's eve,
Resolutions I planned to achieve. 

(Resolutions, so-o hard.)
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