When I sleep, I dream of leaving you.
I can't find the switch in the dark.
You're past out cold, felt my way through an empty room.
Fever dreams, my racing heart.

Say you didn't want to push me,
But my back's against the wall.
You make me feel like a control freak,
Make me make you feel so small,
And I'm tired of the bathroom floor,
That age old tug-of-war,
but I won't think twice 'bout walking through that door.

Seperate paths, I breathe so easily.
You came back, I held my tongue.
My way or Solice Creek Parkway.
Drop you like a settin' sun.

Say you didn't want to push me,
But my back's against the wall.
You make me feel like a control freak,
Make me make you feel so small,
And I'm tired of the bathroom floor,
That age old tug-of-war,
but I won't think twice 'bout walking through that door.

Is it so wrong to want to keep this to myself?
Is it so wrong to share it with nobody else?
Is it so wrong to leave you sleeping in the dark?
Tried this once before and all it did was break my heart.

Say you didn't want to push me,
But my back's against the wall.
You make me feel like a control freak,
Make me make you feel so small,
And I'm tired of the bathroom floor,
That age old tug-of-war,
but I won't think twice 'bout walking,
No, I won't think twice 'bout walking through that door.


Lyrics submitted by agonyoftheleaf

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