I've been a fan of life in this town
I've never thought much of you screwing me around
I left it all in a box set in the pouring rain
I never thought once I could feel this kind of pain

You placed it all on a bet and you lost it real quick
So the sun burned out and the fog got real thick
Now you're all out of bread and you're going to the store
You fed the ducks last night and now they're coming back for more

Oh, girl don't you worry about a God damned thing
I'll be on the sidelines, waiting in the wings
For the medicine man to come and give me a shot
I just need a little bit, don't need a lot

You threw me for a loop when you asked me to stay
I see I made a good investment when I bought you that bouquet
Now I got a straight line sight to place that I want to be
It's got much shorter stop lights and a lot more trees

Oh, girl don't you worry about a God damned thing
I'll be on the sidelines, waiting in the wings
For the medicine man to come and give me a shot
I just need a little bit, don't need a lot

You got your glass on your future
The other on the past
I feel real bad but your depression never lasts
Yeah you'll be rosy red and cheery when tomorrow comes around
But I'll be fast headed north on a big ole' grey hound

Oh, girl don't you worry about a God damned thing
I'll be on the sidelines, waiting in the wings
For the medicine man to come and give me a shot
I just need a little bit, don't need...

Girl don't you worry about a God damned thing
I'll be on the sidelines, waiting in the wings
For the medicine man to come and give me a shot
I just need a little bit, don't need a lot


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