“Front of the Line”

I’ve been doing a bit of recording over the past few weeks. Here’s a really short one. My goal was to keep it under a minute–and to make the track sound like something I would have recorded with one of the bands I was in back in high school. Not sure if I’ll include it in my next collection, so I thought I’d share a rough mix here.

Wake up in a panic at the wheel of a car,
Suddenly it hits you that you don’t know who you are.
Waiting for a signal, hoping for a sign,
Everybody’s pushing to the front of the line.

Inch up on the red, lose a mile on the green,
Still you don’t believe that you’re part of the machine.
Waiting for a signal, hoping for a sign,
Everybody’s pushing to the front of the line.

Somewhere on the road, you find a moment of Zen,
But then you wake up in a panic, and you do it again.
Waiting for a signal, hoping for a sign,
Everybody’s pushing to the front of the line.

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