Hello Rebekah, how you doing?
Yeah, you’re always on my mind
You say the things that no on mentions
Yeah, you read between my lines
Your memory is strong and vivid
Yeah, your songs don’t need to rhyme
Just like a queen without a crown

A ten minutes ‘til midnight
And I’m wondering where you are
Maybe on Highway 85 driving your car
Might be in Tuscaloosa, but I don’t think you got that far
Maybe I should just buy another round

Sometimes I don’t know what to do
‘Cause you’re breaking me and I’m breaking you

Wake up on a Monday morning with a ringing in my head
Empty beer cans on the floor and a half pack of cigarettes
Just another night alone, sleeping solo in my bed
I’m so tired I’m just fading down

Maybe we should pack our bags and move to San Jose
It’s a little brighter there ‘cause round here it’s always gray
Seems like such a friendly place it’d only take a couple days
Baby I got to get out of this town

That plane to San Jose just flew
You’re breaking me and I’m breaking you

I can’t seem to find your touch and it’s too late, I fear
I can’t seem to see myself when I’m looking in the mirror
I can’t seem to hear your voice when you whisper in my ear
Sometimes I can’t even hear a sound

Turn the corner on Bawdstown Road and put my sunglasses on
I’m trying hard to make it home so I can pass out on the lawn
And all I can think of is that car’s honk that says you’re gone
I thank God I’m homeward bound

Sometimes I’m tangled up in blue
You’re breaking me and I’m breaking you
Love every single thing you do
‘Cause you’re breaking me and I’m breaking you


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    General CommentI first listened to this song because it had my friend's name in the title. I was surprised to not see it listed so I did it myself. If you know this song, tell me if I need to correct anything. Thanks.
    infatuatedon August 17, 2002   Link

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