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Jul 10, 2016
First time I heard this song, I identified with it.

Some of the best lines from the song.

“I’m on vacation, every single because I love my occupation”

“If you don’t like it, you should go out and change it”

“My lack of the lazy, has let me do shit I Love on the daily”

“I said it wasn’t easy but my life is on the breezy, built this engine from the ground up, now my hands they ain’t so greasy”

This song highlights what happens when you build your machine and get to enjoy your life when you separate time from money.

Bonus, fun music video if you were a fan of Saved by the Bell growing up.
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Dec 8, 2016
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I just heard this song earlier this week for the first time. As I’m reading the lyrics in your post I’m thinking there’s no way. But surely it is.

Life is funny. Great song btw.

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