"Pay Phones and Pills" as written by Paul Wayne Burnette, John Henry, Kristopher Norris, Ryan Littlefield Parrish and Michael Schleibaum....
I can still see
You sucking the life out of me
I can still feel the chill
Down my spine when you told me

Always one fateful night
That turns the tide
Always one fateful night
With nowhere to hide

To live and die
In a day there's nothing
Left to say
Time will not erase

The counting down of the days
You finally got
What you've been waiting for
A handful of pills

Didn't soften the blow
One month of sucking it in
It started to show
Waking up to realize

It's not a dream
Was the hardest thing


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"Pay Phones and Pills" as written by Kristopher Norris John Henry

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    General CommentTo me he's talking about someone who can't face what's happening in their life, perhaps this person is waiting to wake up from this nightmare but in the end this person realizes that this is all real and they will never wake up.
    unseen eyeson December 22, 2007   Link

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