I left you in the morning
Still drunk on melodrama
You're so pretty
So natural
But I had to salvage honor

Down your spiral staircase
The television I bought you
Took a deep breath of your "endless love" perfume

The carnage that the storm left
Six inches on the ground
The south side of Chicago stands eerily so sound

I looked up at your window
Hand out as if to touch you
You used to be so perfect
Why did I ever meet you


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