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(individuality at all times and all costs)

By S N Walsh

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I've been waiting now but nobody knows me
Nobody knows me the way I want, the way I want, the way I want
And I've been waiting now but nobody wants me
Nobody wants me the way I am, the way I am, the way I am

I don't have the time to wait and see
All the groovy things that might just happen to me

I've been standing here but nobody noticed
Nobody noticed that I was there, that I was there, that I was there
So I tried changing now but nobody noticed
Nobody noticed; what do I care? Or do I care? Why do I care?

I have no responsibility
To follow the world because one day the world's gonna follow me

(solo)

I don't have the time to wait and see
All the groovy things that might just happen to me

I've been talking now but nobody listens
Nobody listens to what I say, to what I say, to what I say
But I'll keep talking now 'cos I believe I've found
I believe I've found a better way, a better way, a better way

I have no responsibility
To follow the world because one day the world's gonna follow me

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from Satellite We Call Home, released May 25, 2018
Recorded by Velmont
S N Walsh: lead and harmony vocals, acoustic guitar, bass, drum programming, follower chorus
Manuel Carmona: harmonies, rhythm and lead guitar (right side), follower chorus
Doug Paulin: lead guitar (left side)
Tucker Fontana: follower chorus
©2002, 2018 earthimmigrant music

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From 1979-1999, Pluto's eccentric orbit placed it closer to the sun than Neptune. Therefore, earth immigrant (b.1980, Zigian Air Fields, Neptune) indeed comes from the farthest planet in our system. I hate to think we Neptunians are so petty, but support for planetary demotion of Pluto was very high on the blue giant, and I can’t help but think it’s because we like being far out - the farthest! ... more

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