Hard cartoons
And the sunlight in the windows
This old saloon
At least that's what I thought
I'd curl your smoke
Around my little fingers
And laugh at jokes
That I don't get

Throw the last
Bags in the back and
Drive for days
To where it's all new
Summer sleeps
Beneath my bones where
I saw you last
It was all new

I bet you haven't changed a bit
I bet you haven't changed a bit

There's dogs in the back and
There's toys on the floor
My man has to crouch
Just to get through the door
That old house was a home of mine
That old house was a home of mine
There's lovers in trouble
They're a long ways away
And these young eyes are lost in the day
That old house was a home of mine
That old house was a home of mine

Haunting white
Bright and gripping
Framework worn
A life that's slipping
Chest is a cave
For the biggest of hearts
Hand stretched out
Last time I'd hold it

We're yelling through tin cans while we sink under sea
Nothing makes it to you, nothing makes it to me
It's a bright hot morning but the air is tight
We better figure this out man and make things right

There's dogs in the back and
There's toys on the floor
My man has to crouch
Just to get through the door
That old house was a home of mine
That old house was a home of mine
There's lovers in trouble
They're a long ways away
And these young eyes are lost in the day
That old house was a home of mine
That old house was a home of mine


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