Just Until I Can Afford To Be Happy
This piece is about going into a job each day, a job that you hate, and putting in your smile. The subject goes into this wage slave job to provide for his family but he does this at the sacrifice of the time he could spend with them. He also wants to make his parents and friends admire him. The irony is they do admire him, and his family does not want his money as much as they want him. He will kill himself chasing the dream when it's right there waiting for him. The Silhouettes are his wife and kids on one side and his mom and dad along with his two best friends on the other.