White Collar Punk
White Collar Punk is music about your love/hate relationship with your job to the exclusion of all other things. To the professional, work IS life, working IS living. But doesn't mean that you can live without regrets. The world continues to turn even if you're not on it. As your family becomes more and more distant, your friends become married and boring (or boorish), your skills become obsolete, your health deteriorates, and you discover that everything you ever liked is owned by somebody you hate, you begin to turn inward, but your body grows outward. When you are dead, what will they say about you? When you have been dead for 20 years, will you be remembered? What is your sacrifice really accomplishing? It's easier to keep doing what you are doing than it is to risk the next thing being worse, and you've stopped believing that there is a better place around the corner. Why vote for the lesser of two evils, when either way evil wins? Depressed enough yet? No? Obviously you don't watch the news! When you are an adult, there are no easy answers! Strange, when did I become an adult? Have I really become the enemy? All that work and some young punk dissin' you behind your back. Dammit, I worked hard for this... I deserve better! Those damned kids and their punk rock... complain, complain, complain! Compared to adult life, they don't have anything to complain about! Why don't adults write the punk rock then? Perhaps they are either too busy earning a living dealing with their real problems, or they have become married and complacent and don't realize the world still sucks. This is punk rock for responsible adults! This is punk rock for the working man! No more suffering in silence. The time has come for White Collar Punk!