I don't like watching train wrecks, entranced by falling stars
They are only needed when they fall apart
Our life without scandal, nearly all routine
The one thing I can count on is waiting at home for me
And I can see we are not young
But I like who we've become
I don't like feeling frail when I first wake up
I don't like feeling aches and pain whenever I'm not drunk
I guess I'll never really quit smoking cigarettes
I guess I rarely sleep enough or exercise to stay fit
And I don't know how long we'll live
But I'll enjoy every minute with you
Cause I just like who you've become
Everyone finds someone
Maybe I found you
Everyone finds someone
Baby I found you
I don't like it when it's overcast
I don't like it rains
I don't like it when I miss you like the light on gloomy days
I don't like to get angry and drive old friends away
I wish she could forgive me for saying what I said
At least I know we still share a bed
and I know where I'll rest my head tonight
It's just a fight and then it's done
I still love who we've become


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