Late in the day, when the heat rises
off the rooftops, it rains. You take the walk down market, you take it hard,
just like everyday--dump the job and keep the pay. You were only playing house, you were only playing a part,
you take the walk down market you stumble hard. You throw your time away
dump the job and keep the pay.
But I can't tell if you're making sense
move your stuff if it's really bad enough
to warrant this reflection on your dissatisfaction makes me feel so small and desperate to leave this town i can't tell if its me. It's always something It's always something with me. It's a new day in a new town somewhere, I'm already there, wish you were here.


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