Title: the term Blanchard derives from the Old French word blanchart which meant “whitish, bordering upon white”. It is also an obsolete term for a white horse. Based upon the "white horse" reference and the...
I'm merely standing on the holes in the ground
If I follow, they'll never know I'm found
I may leave, but I'll never go back there
I'm only stumbling on the things that I air

Like those days on the porch of your house
Tear your rag from the clothes of her hands

All those times you sent my brother down your road
Holding on to the dope that you sold
I knew then that we could never be blessed
I know it this way and I know what I confess

And I'm not
Gonna say
I forget
Cause I remember every day

I play death in the space of my life
That's how I feel, and I'll never think it twice
All these things that I held against you
Who should we blame for the things that we do

Who blames who for the ways we turned
This old girl(?) and will never see you burn
Inside I feel like a child that's gone
I'm only saying the things that I've been told (taught?)

And I'm not
Gonna say
I forget
'Cause I remember every day

Every day


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    General CommentSeems like a song about addiction to heroin... initially she blames the dealer for getting her brother and herself addicted, but later sings "all these things that I held against you, who should we blame for the things that we do?"
    fadingdreams24on December 17, 2014   Link

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