"Glass Jaw" as written by and Joseph Pernice....
Take away all of your suicidal promises
I can't take that blame no more
I'd complain
If you thought something might come out of this
But I let that just split by

I've been down before
I'm no stranger to the canvas
I'll kiss the floor and watch the world turn aroud

So you could say that I amount to nothing anyway
But I have been your big mistake
Shift the blame
Kill everything I ever did for you
Giving me my black eye

I've been down before
I'm no stranger to the canvas
I'll kiss the floor and watch the world turn around

I keep my glassjaw out of your way
There's nothing left to say
'Cause I couldn't lift my head to face you anyway

So you can say that I amount to nothing anyway
But I have been your big mistake
Take away all of your suicidal promises
'Cause I can't take the blame no more

I've been down before
I'm no stranger to the canvas
I'll kiss the floor and watch the world turn around

I'll keep my glassjaw out of your way
There's nothing left to say
'Cause I couldn't lift my head
I'll keep my glassjaw out of your way
There's nothing left to say
'Cause I couldn't lift my head to face you anyway


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"Glass Jaw" as written by Joseph Pernice

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    General CommentThe last line of the first verse refers to the fighting:

    "My lip that you split wide"
    wetdog2on January 12, 2012   Link

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