Well, I will justify
All these wolves are scratchin’ at my door
Cause your love your love means more
Than every lover’s that I’ve ever had before
You’re keeping me afloat
In my leaky old boat, filled up with bullet holes
Now I know
What it’s like when you’ve got two good oars to row
Well, I will never let on
Just how much I need you baby
You’ll never want to see me leave
Besides I know that you know
Just how much I need you honey
You don’t have to hear that from me
Where’d you get them two eyes?
I’ve never seen a pair so beautiful
Did you get them from your mother’s side
Or did you borrow the sky’s morning shade of blue?
I may not know much
But I know this honey, that when you call me baby it makes me blush
I quiver at the knees
I cough up butterflies when I sneeze
I’m sick and slow
The devil couldn’t even fucking touch me now
So here’s to you
And all those lovely things I like to watch you do
But I will
Never let on just how much I need you baby
I don’t want to ever see me leave
Besides I know that you know
Just how much I need you honey
You don’t have to hear that from me
Where’d you get them two eyes
I’ve never seen a pair so beautiful
Did you get them from your mother’s side
Or did you borrow the sky’s morning shade of blue?
Did you borrow the sky’s morning shade of blue?
Tell me what I did to ever deserve you


Lyrics submitted by e__noir

My Leaky Old Boat song meanings
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