I'll hold the door open so you can stumble in
If you'd stop following me around the jungle gym
He will give you a chance to do the same as him and think differently, as long as you aren’t just doing it to be like him. What he doesn’t want is a bunch of people who want to change things because Aesop Rock told them to do it, he wants individuals who choose to do it because it is right.
The jungle gym imagery describes how some people are like children, following the “cool kid” (Aesop), and doing whatever he does.
Again, another reference to the mob mentality or herd culture present in current American society — a recurring theme throughout Labor Days.
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