My girl came to me, she begged for truth
Even though I never done as good men do
We sat by the river and we drank box wine
That's when I noticed she was no longer mine
And all hope left me standing there

The day got colder and my vision dims
I forsake morals that led me straight to him
I unzipped my manhood and I let go a howl
I since just stood here, it was an hour ago
And all hope left me standing there

And from the river, well I headed east
And over the brambles, I led the lesser wolves
And I did find the skull of some forgotten mule
I donned upon my head and headed to the south
And when my feet went numb, I headed to the north
And when my back gave out, I headed to the west
And when my death was done, oh when my death was done
When my death was done

My girl came to me, and she begged for truth
Though I never done as good men do
Yeah, we sat by the river and we drank box wine
That's when I noticed she was no longer mine
In the morning the rooster crows
It breaks my head and breaks my balls
My eyes, they stain, I cannot see
The blood that stains my dirty cheek
Jesus Christ, what kind of name will you prescribe for this kind of play?
And all, all hope left me standing there


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