You never saw the salmon swim until you fell for me. The songs you sang reminded me of something that I thought was so wrong, yet it was so obvious. Who are we? So many people inside us both. Sinners and slackers and addicts and whores. Role models and saints for rich or for poor. So many faces beneath. I can remember the rage I felt when you didn't see yourself the same way I did. I could do nothing but shut down. I remember me trying to let you go and you trying to walk out. Time felt like cement surrounding us. I couldn't do a thing. Something kept you there. I don't know if it was you or me. Just like the first time we kissed. It was us both. What would have happened if either of us had any self restraint? I remember the feeling of my house when we brought the futon down to watch that Marylin Monroe movie. Our world was a heaven.
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