When we were young
I was shy and she was tall
Cigarettes and drugs
In front of the coffee shop
And we'd buy buy
And travel down the map
We went too fast
Finally coming down at last
And her eyes rolled back in her head
I could have sworn she was dead

She changed her name to the day of the week I go out
I can't sleep
It gets late and she calls me
And she can hardly speak
But she says she loves me

Now she's on the bed
Taking down the medicine
With a bottle in her hand
I watch her face go blank
And her eyes rolled back in her head
Oh she's such a mess

And she changed her name to the day of the week I go out
I can't sleep
It gets late and she calls me
She says she really loves me
How could that be?

She's turning blue
And I am too

Maybe I'll try to
Just drink til I'm blue


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