I was drunk when I met you
I was drunk when I walked out the door
And I rolled around the night to find you
But I guess you never knew
You just needed something solid you could hold
Like a dog that came when you called
Like a coatstand that sits out in the hall
And you don't need me

It's yer feet you don't need
Always facing back a way you just came
I don't love you any more, I don't need you
I'm just keeping a score
You said life's too short to be bored
All this rollin' around on the floor
Won't get you what you want it's just a waste
And you don't need me

So I look at every woman
Just to see if there's something there for me
And I look up every moment
Just to know if I'm missing something sweet
And I need something solid to hold
Like a dog that comes when I call
Like a brick I can throw against a wall
And I don't need you
No I don't need you
No I don't need you
No I don't need you



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    General Comment:this song is amazing. I can relate to it so well...
    Redlighton October 21, 2004   Link
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    General Comment:It sounds like "I was drunk when you walked out the door" to me.

    Also can relate very well.
    toad-666on October 31, 2004   Link
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    General Comment:I love this song...I think there's some denial here..."No I don't need you" repeated over and over.

    My favourite lines are

    "So I look at every woman
    Just to see if there's something there for me
    And I look up every moment
    Just to know if I'm missing something sweet"

    like he tries to find love in everybody he meets, but knows it wont ever be as good as with the other person.

    Beautiful song
    Kaaatieon January 22, 2006   Link
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    General Comment:this song is amazing, love it.
    Shezzaon February 09, 2006   Link
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    General Comment:so simple yet amazing. i love jim's voice.
    The Fighteron March 20, 2006   Link
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    General Comment:its a mojave 3 cover i believe
    idlekindon July 11, 2007   Link

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