"I'm not the boy I want to be,
and I can't stay at this party;
it's getting harder and harder to breathe.

So, knock my teeth out when I'm drunk,
and drag me to your neighbor's tub,
and, please, just leave me laying there face-up.

'Cause I've always wanted to wash out with the rain.
And it's sad to see that things all stay the same.
If it were up to me, I'd be the first thing that I'd change,
But it's impossible to be washed down the drain.

And when you're with me I feel the same.
And I love you, but I'm never going to change.
And when I'm gone, will you all forget my face?
And when I'm gone, I might just lose my place in this town.


Lyrics submitted by DakotaFloyd

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