Sweet, Sweet, and savory
are more of an oil and water
than I ever thought they could be.
We got when the getting was good
and now is it all too much?
Like t-shirts drying on a clothing line
So plain, so consistent.
Sun soaked with nothing expected
and no hidden costs in return.
Your tooth hurts again,
and I don't know if they will save it.
So would they be shocked to know
it could break out home?
The end of the month has come again
and I don't know if we'll have enough

Like T-shirts drying on a clothing line
In perfect unconcern to
point A to B in our lives between
All we are is always juggled so we don't fall cold
when it's already so hot.
I wanted something simple where
unlike your past you'd be at ease in knowing
that I was going to make it over
Like T-shirts drying on a clothing line
with just one string attached to me.
It's all I want. nothing dark to hide.
Can I stop time this Saturday?
Can I stop time now?
Let's stop time for this Saturday mornings laundry

Lyrics submitted by IanIsSuperRad

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