I was singing in the bathroom
When I was staying at your old house
You were sleeping in the next room
So I was keeping my voice down

And I was writing you a song
About how it's hard to get along
The more you try the faster feelings fade

And I looked up and I saw in that mirror on the wall
That I could write you a hundred songs a day
And I could burn through a thousand miles of tape
And even if we were smiled upon by fate
The key is the only thing that would change

From the graveyards to the ballrooms
Where I knew you would never stay
Of the laughter and the lightning
And the things you never had a chance to say

There was anger and affection
And I could no longer tell the two apart
And I saw you there somewhere in the future
With new lovers and your same old broken heart

And the sky up above said don't be afraid of love
You'll spend your whole life wishing you were someone else
And the plants in the yard said don't take everything so hard
There's no perfection, you're actually doing very well

And the trees and the moon
They were pleading with us too
But we refused to hear
The things they had to say

And the clouds tried to beg
But they were ignored and neglected
So they cried and it rained the whole night through
And I crawled back into bed with you



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