Drop Me A Line

from by Men With Day Jobs



The modern office goes to some lengths to make the computers talk to each other - so the people don’t have to. This guy carries the principle well into his personal life. Paul is so laid back here, he’s barely breathing.


I got your last communication / Re our most recent conversation

I understand your consternation / But think about mine

It might be my imagination (but I fear) / Could be a messy complication (we’ve got here)

Can’t really break my concentration (this time of year) / So drop me a line

Why don’t you… drop me a line / And I could get back to you sometime

Maybe your people could talk to mine / And we could work something out

Don’t mean to cause a confrontation (but you see) / I have this minor reservation (re you and me)

Your immature infatuation (won’t let me be) / Wasting my time / Why don’t you… drop me a line…

So let’s get past this altercation (such a shame) / Help find a win/win situation (play my game)

Just tell the kids I’m no relation (change your name) / And drop me a line

Why don’t you… drop me a line…


from Men With Day Jobs, released January 1, 2005
R.Crundwell / P.Fenton / S.Sanders



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