Station in the Mentos

by The Drunk Kitty Project

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released January 18, 2007

The Drunk Kitty Project is Mark N. Boszko.

BeatZak (free track) is a cover of "Zak's Theme" by Matthew Alan Kane, from "Zak McKracken and the Alien Mindbenders", © 1988 LucasFilm LTD., All rights reserved.

Cover art for "Station in the Mentos" includes a photograph by James Buck, and is licensed under Creative Commons Attribution 2.0 Generic (CC BY 2.0)
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The Drunk Kitty is easily distracted and seems not to require sleep. However, this is an illusion. He is mortal, like you. Perhaps doubly so.

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Track Name: Lame
Three hours earlier I had awoken, I talked to my friend and he said,
“What the hell are you doing up, man? You should go back to bed.”
Spoke to him later and he said he’d had the most incredible productive day,
I said “Damn you, you bastard, I spent mine just hitting the hay.”

Why do I procrastinate?
Why must I food masticate?
I don’t know.

I spent loads on money on software and books that all said they would help me to cope,
But a house full of books just made me feel like more of a dope.

Why must I procrastinate?
Why are my flaws so innate?
I don’t know.

Calgon, take me away!
You Keebler elves are so productive, it disgusts me!

I spoke to the guru, his name was Merlin, and he showed me how to Get Things Done,
And I thought that the battle was finally just about won.
I set up these folders and carry a notebook around with me all of the time,
But I still have my troubles and slide back downhill on the climb.

Why must I procrastinate?
I want to breathe and create!
I don’t know.
I don’t know.

I don’t wanna do my laundry,
I don’t want to do my laundry,
I don’t want to do my laundry,
But the laundry must be done.