When was it you began to fail to understand me
She sat in the bathtub laughing at her cat
Wiping the sand from her bandaids and scabs

I smoked while I dressed
I didn't hate my thin top lip
Everywhere else was the same place

We kissed and kept kissing
She always smelled like oranges and wine
We were learning to live perhaps as if only to not be in a hurry
Too beautiful not to disappear

When was it you began to fail to understand me
If I knew what it was you'd taken away
I might know what it was you'd given to me

We were sharing each all along for our own benefit

I smoke while I dress
And do the stand on one foor dance to the radio rodeo
I hate my thin top lip
And do the stand on one foot dance to the radio rodeo
Everywhere else is the same place.


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