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Stoned and Starving

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I was walking through Ridgewood, Queens. I was flipping through magazines. I was so stoned and starving. I was reading ingredients, asking myself “should I eat this?” I was so stoned and starving. I was scratching off silver ink. I was deciding what to drink. I was so stoned and starving. I was walking through Ridgewood, Queens. I was flipping through magazines. I was so stoned and starving.

I was walking through Ridgewood, Queens. I was flipping through magazines. I was so stoned and starving. I was debating Swedish Fish, roasted peanuts or licorice. I was so stoned and starving.I was holding some wadded bills, I was reading that smoking kills. I was so stoned and starving. I was walking through Ridgewood, Queens. I was flipping through magazines. I was so stoned and starving.

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from Light Up Gold, released August 15, 2012

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