you have always been fine without me
you will meet short girls and buy them hats and give them scarves
and i will move out west with my new shoes and buy that bar

i won't need any money
i'll shake up some food from a guy i know, a short-order chef
and no one will ask me to come on back from way out west
i'll build a house on the side of a hill
i'll have too much good air and not enough time to kill

i'll be okay. you'll be real good, just remember to floss
we'll do better, just remember to pay your bills
and take your vitamin pills

when i go out to mounatins
i'll meet handy men with hole-y jeans and i will start again
i've always meant to learn embroidery and to sing joyfully
and to drive stick and to shovel shit

you'll be okay, i"ll be real good, just call your dad
you'll be better, just remember to pay your bills
and take your vitamin pills

so i'm moving myself out there
i'll be moving much slower in the dry air
new york will remain but only as a dream
i'll forget all about her and about you and the scene


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Unnecessary Reassurance song meanings
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