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A test of mind, a piece that just won't fit
It makes me laugh, seeing those who cannot quit
Their fears

Unknown to most, a mystery to all
I challenge the words of those who I may call
My peers

None can ever place me where I should be
Because they don't really know where I could be

Because it doesn't matter what they're like
I'm so much unlike
I let them all fight
Try as they all might

To label me
Disable me

None can ever place me where I should be
Because they don't really know where I could be

Because it doesn't matter what they're like
I'm so much unlike
They lose their foresight
It's not at all right

To label me
Disable me

I know my place; it suits me very well
I'm only me and I'm not going to sell
Myself

I'm happy here, I've everything I need
I'm faring well, so there's no need to impede
Yourself

None can ever place me where I should be
Because they don't really know where I could be

Because it doesn't matter what they're like
I'm so much unlike
They argue outright
When I'm out of sight

To label me
Disable me
To label me
Disable me...

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from Four Years, Five States, released December 23, 2010
words and music by Mark Hennessey
© 2007 Hennessongs (ASCAP)

James - drums
Mark - electric guitars, trumpets, trombone, vocals
Sam - bass
Ben - electric guitar (+ solo)

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Piano-driven rock ’n’ soul for your thoughts, feelings, and theatrical leanings. Ben Folds backed by The Band.

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