I'm So Tired

I'm tired of violence, I'm tired of sleaze
I'm tired of people with food allergies
I'm tired of shopping with folks at the mall
Who wear their pajamas, not embarrassed at all
I'm tired of TV reality shows
And which set of implants will get the last rose

I'm tired of piercings, I'm tired of tattoos
I'm tired of the crap on the evening news
I'm tired of t-shirts with cute sayings on them
They could be free, I still wouldn't want 'em
I'm tired of grown women with babydoll voices
And having to choose when there's too many choices

Oh, I'm so tired
Oh, I'm so tired

I'm tired of blogs and the whole internet culture
I'm tired of tabloids and media vultures
I'm tired of celebrities who moan and bitch
I would not complain if I was that rich
I'm tired of guns and the people who own them
Radio talk shows and the people who phone them

I'm tired of hatred, I'm tired of fear
I'm tired of the racist remarks that I hear
I'm tired of superstar athletes, I'm tired of their fans
Who won the big game? Well, I don't give a damn
You don't want to stop to take a minute to think
You scared that you'll miss something big if you blink

Oh, I'm so tired
Oh, I'm so tired

I'm tired of feeling so misunderstood
I'm tired of talking, it does me no good
I'm tired of being lonely and blue
I'm tired of it all but I'm not tired of you
If you're not busy won't you come up to my place
You're welcome to try to put a smile on my face

Oh, I'm so tired
Oh, I'm so tired
Oh, I'm so tired
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