You look upon yourself like an broken door
Always open, disconnected floor

Falling deep into your mental state
Look down at your empty plate

When you speak it’s like words can’t come
You’re heart is beating like a drum

Never satisfied, lonely at best
Poor and miserable, as you rest

We were happy when we had it rough
We’re not at our best, but good enough

Your life is lifeless as a broken bone
But you’re so at ease with this life you’ve sewn

Alone and dreading everything
Sleep and drugs help to kill the pain

Nothing works, but it’s alright
Restless work is such a reassuring sight

Oh you don’t have to cry
Carry on, don’t heave a sigh

If you’re lucky you may not die
Hold your problems deep inside

So sink and weep on the bedroom floor
Live this life that you adore

Feel your headache make you sore
Feel it pounding more and more



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We're Not At Our Best. But Good Enough song meanings
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