To live and die and circumscribe circumstances
A paralyzing affair, trying's a fool's errand
You see what I'm saying?
To live and die while seeing the future is a “paralyzing affair” meaning that since he can see the future, and everything is already laid out, there is nothing “new” about any events or situations in life that he is going to be in. Nor anything that he is going to do will seem “new.” Which in turn is like attempting do something when you already know the outcome (“fool’s errand — an attempt to do something that has no chance of success”)
This line hits home when the hook kicks: in “which annoys me a little”
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