You're the Real Criminal pt. 2

from by PJ Franco and the BurnOuts

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It's not enough to make a living but enough to get by
100 euros a week can be enough to survive
Decrescendo like they forced as the drunks run wildly
We're providing entertainment and promoting sobriety
The sounds from clubs and bars bounce off of each other's walls
But it's us who are getting the noise complaint calls
We're not lap top spinners playing Top 40 hits
We're working class musicians playing for love and for tips

Sympathy for the working class
Animosity towards the DJ

You call yourself an artist to me that statement is jive
What talent do you need to operate iDJ Live
The only skill you need to possess is how to push play
Your goal isn't to perform it's to get drunk and laid (and you still get paid)
Your equipment is costly, mine is too
Your gear is like a light brite I actually know how to groove
Anybody can do what you do so why don't I?
Maybe I'm just a musician with too much pride.

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from Misadventures, released September 23, 2014

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PJ Franco and the BurnOuts Anchorage, Alaska

Don't wanna work wanna go to the show!

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