And I need to
Need to win the lottery
Or write that song
That could sell me
Because I'm spread too thin,
Too thin financially
Life's pulled my fabric tight
And I'm cracking, I'm spliting
I'm at my breaking point
Don't worry, don't worry, don't worry.

Because soon I will be
Freezing in an alley
With my shoes stolen
Off of me in my sleep
I'll just have to
Crawl, not creep
Crawl, not creep.


I don't have anyone to turn to, I have no family
Had a dead mother, I never had a father
Except for that one time that he hit me
Broke my nose, I've mostly blacked it out
But I think that I remember now
It was over a game of Nintendo
I was only 9, I think I won, oh he just couldn't let it go

My mother drank away her worries
Until she drank away her life
And oh this just might be a habit that I could pick up tonight
This just might be a habit that I could pick up tonight
This just might be a habit that I could pick up tonight


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