There on the left, there goes your house. There goes the front porch where you cried on your birthday. I used to park there, there on the driveway. We used to walk, you used to care. I remember your window; I remember which one was yours…the shutter was slightly offset.

Your dog was so loud and your neighbors would stare. We used to talk, you used to care. I don't know who is walking you home tonight. I hope he's special; I hope he plays stupid songs on guitar while the moon shines.

Blades of grass tickle your backs. Does this sound familiar? Damn right familiar.

I don't know who is walking you home. Make me believe, tell me he's gone. Tell me it didn't happen that night at her house. How could you touch him? He's such a prick, but you're such a whore. Thanks, now I can't sleep. Thanks for the jacket, but I'd rather be cold than to know you're keeping me warm cause you're not. I hope you choke. I wish I knew who was walking you home tonight. Cause I'd tell him to push you. I'd tell him to knock you down and make you walk home in the rain.

Blades of grass cut up your back. Does this sound familiar? F**k right familiar. I don't know who was walking you home.

There on the left, there goes your house. There goes the front porch where you cried on your birthday. I used to park there, there on the driveway. We used to walk, you used to share. You’re sharing with him now and calling me every night.

Telling me not to forget. But times spent waiting are times spent hating. Hating your smile, hating your taste. Still hard to hate you.


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