It's another night I wouldn't want back
I remember the rounds and elbows on the bar
There was nothing worth losing yet

And the late night
Our daylight spent in the shade
Deep in routine and rhythm of things
To notice how the rest of you lived

I flew west
I flew west on a bet and stayed
Some things work, some things just hurt
Like the day I walked with my shit

It's another night I wouldn't want back
I'm leaving the show with no place to go
There's an honesty in the truth of that

It's the little things
It's the little things that I remember
Like the deli kid off the corner
Like waking up late and walking you to the ER

When you came home
Spun out more than usual
I was stable as stable was then
You asked me not to touch you so I found your coat

I got a guy
I got a guy that makes it way too easy
We pay him when we can
And you pay him when you can
We pay him when we can
To keep us this way

This isn't a poetry, just honesty
And memory without you lies flat
Alright, it's another night I wouldn't back anyway
Cause enough was enough, was enough, was enough

You know we moved way too far
On a train with our youth and age
Get away from me
The last time I saw you now
Was the first time

you stopped and asked,
Will you wait for me

Then maybe we moved too fast
And the love just needed to breathe
With each round passed
And I looked at your face
Those cold eyes from your mother's side
I loved at one time

Lyrics submitted by jesper

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