Hitched a ride with a cocaine man, slept on the floor of the back of his Sedan,
and we sang some tunes in every key so low, classic rock n’ roll for one and a
half souls, yeah. I hopped off for a coast bound train, played my cash for a
roof in the rain. Fell in love with being alone, and I made love to a few empty
souls. They all returned the favors. You can’t fall in love with
inconsistencies. Yeah, you can’t fall in love with me. I was going by a
different name, a Western call fit for a different place. Found myself between
the bay and the coast, a strip of land made of gamblers and lust. So I rode it
out on a parasail, I kissed Australia and did not tell. There are some things
that you may never know about me, there are some things that I just won’t show
you, there are some places we will never go. You can’t fall in love with
inconsistencies. Yeah, you can’t fall in love with me. So I left the key by
the door, so you can hang it around someone else’s neck, someone who’ll use it
more. And I left the candle burning, I left it lit, so you can blow it out when
you find someone else, someone who’s worth it. Hitched a ride with a cocaine
man.


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