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YoungBoy Never Broke Again - Step On Shit
Phoning It In Some folks make hasty decisions They live their life on the go I can’t be bothered to give a damn bout anything and Some people say I’m a pro You’re busy climbing the ladder I’m busy lying in bed It doesn’t matter if anybody calls me names and I’m gonna fuck off instead Because We’re gonna phone it in We’re gonna phone it in We’re gonna phone it in We’re gonna phone it in Don’t care just phone it in Get bored just phone it in We’re gonna phone it in You busy yourself with fashion I busy myself with fun I’m busy painting these mini metal skeletons and You say I’m dressed like a bum You say that you’ve got a passion About what you’ve gotta do You say you can’t wait to buckle down and start your day and I’m less excited than you Because We’re gonna phone it in We’re gonna phone it in We’re gonna phone it in We’re gonna phone it in Don’t care just phone it in Get bored just phone it in We’re gonna phone it in We are the ones The ones who never give a damn We are the ones Without even a basic plan Out in the sun We are the ones enjoying it You work too hard I quit I quit I quit I quit and I’m tired of people complaining My best is not good enough I’m only doing the minimum to get me through and If you don’t like it then tough Because We’re gonna phone it in We’re gonna phone it in We’re gonna phone it in We’re gonna phone it in Want pizza phone it in Hate work just phone it in We’re gonna phone it in We’re gonna phone it in We’re gonna phone it in We’re gonna phone it in ---- Phoning It In. I’ve always loved the phrase and I was just inspired to write a song with it. To keep in spirit with the title of the song, I made sure not to try too hard on any one element. I wrote the riff quickly, wrote the lyrics quickly, we got the guitar sound quickly, and there was no overthinking or really changing anything. My only complaint about it is that I think it is a little too fast, so it forces me to sing harder to keep up, and it doesn’t fully sound like I’m phoning in the vocals. So I thought about slowing it down and delivering a more laid back vocal take. Just ever so slightly. I played the guitar, sang, No bass yet. Doug programmed the drums. Every once in a while we will have someone play drums on the songs, but usually only when we are finishing something for release. Otherwise, all the drums in the demos are programmed by Doug, and I think he does a really good job of making them sound kind of real and natural. I get attached to them. All of Hesitant Alien started as demos with programmed drums by Doug. He and I have a cool relationship, and have evolved together over the years since he engineered Black Parade, Danger Days, and engineered and produced Hesitant Alien. We work in the same space, the studio at my house, called Milk Friends. I just let him have the space I’m not using and he brought in all of his gear and works on various projects, recording, and mixes, and I would be in the other room, the office, writing comics. And every so often, when neither of us is too busy, we record things. I like sharing artistic spaces with people, especially Doug. It’s nice to have a friend that can record you when you have an idea, because I’m terrible at recording and I barely even know how to use Garage Band. So all the singles you have gotten from me over the last couple of years have been done with Doug and I, and then various musicians who would replace certain things, making them real, and sound better.
YoungBoy Never Broke Again - AI Nash
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