"The Case Against Tattoos" as written by and Jay Blumenfield Tim Quirk....
There's another man's name on the small of her back
Every now and then they have a fight about that
First time was the worst at the beach when she forgot
He started freaking out when she took off her top
Like a band with one hit that they always have to play
Every argument since then he must make mention of that day
He says "If you really cared, there are ways to take it off"
She says "That's how I got here, by trying to prove my love"

You can't force yourself not to change

They had 7 perfect years, then 3 more almost as great
In the 2 since then the passion's started to abate
Even when they argue the stakes don't seem as high
This is just a law of time that no one can defy
He wouldn't say he's happy but he's glad he's not alone
After work they put on records, he starts getting stoned
She looks for perfect moments inside her favourite song
Lives inside of those 'til the next one comes along

You can't force yourself not to change


Lyrics submitted by Flintyfoxy

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