If I could switch you out, then I'd replace you from the cushion you sit upon now
You're inches too close, my body speaks it so, if I could fold like a love letter

I could feel the wrong
I could feel the wrong
I could feel the wrong in you

I could feel the wrong
I could feel the wrong
I could feel the wrong in you

I could feel the wrong
I could feel the wrong
I could feel the wrong in you

I could feel the wrong
I could feel the wrong
I could feel the wrong in you

You take your turn
Your engine in drive
Your boulevard of heartburn
Your Hiroshima inside
You take your turn
Your explosion subsides
Your boulevard of heartburn
The burning for you arrives

If I could switch you out then I'd replace you from the cushion you sit upon now
You're inches too close my body speaks it so, if I could fold like a love letter

If I could fold like a love letter
If I could fold like a love letter


Lyrics submitted by BlueAndStarry

Heartburn Boulevard song meanings
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    General CommentThe way Bain's told it, he had just recently broken up with a girl he'd been with awhile, and this female acquaintance of his who knew that started flirting with him really heavily one night, and he just wasn't ready for it, and this song's how he felt about that.
    BlueAndStarryon January 16, 2005   Link

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