All ripped and worn
my shirt adorned
Your shoulders on those lazy days
you put it on in your smoky haze


Morning search for the matches
find ‘em under your mattress
Coffee served from a tambourine
pull your clothes from the warm machine


As our day begins
let’s start it off with a sin
At two or three in the afternoon
night falling now much too soon


You always took my word
no matter how absurd
But when I called you crazy
you know I meant it in the best possible way


My diet was
a bowl for breakfast and a beer for lunch
Kristina was always too cool for me
But warm to the touch, she was
Yeah, now I know I’ll never
Yeah, now I know I’ll never


Face down in the stall
see the marks on the wall
Littered with profanity
spoken words only now I see


That sorry look in your eyes
was always one of compromise
So when you said I could stay
you didn’t mean it in the best possible way


It takes a real strong drink
to wash down the taste of defeat
I know because


My diet was
a bowl for breakfast and a beer for lunch
Kristina was always too cool for me
But warm to the touch, she was
Yeah, now I know I’ll never
Yeah, now I know I’ll never


Lyrics submitted by room206

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