"The Co-Dependent" as written by Sia Furler and Greg Kurstin....
Feels like we are married and I haven't run away, run away, run away
So many years I've carried you in my arms
Yet I stay, yet I stay, yet I stay
And still I come a-running when I hear the telephone, telephone, telephone
And I ask for absolutely nothing in return, in return, in return

I'm gonna watch you drink it all
I'm gonna watch you fall
You'll find me by your side
If you find me at all

So here it is on offer
Everything I have to give, have to give, have to give
My love for you allows me not to judge the way you live, way you live, way you live
So just remember that whenever you may feel alone, feel alone, feel alone
Yeah, I am here there's nothing to fear
I will be your home, be your home, be your home

I'm gonna watch you drink it all
I'm gonna watch you fall
You'll find me by your side
If you find me at all

I'm gonna watch you drink it all
I'm gonna watch you fall
You'll find me by your side
If you find me at all

I'm gonna watch you drink it all
I'm gonna watch you fall
You'll find me by your side
If you find me at all

I'm gonna watch you drink it all
I'm gonna watch you fall
You'll find me by your side
If you find me at all


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"The Co-Dependent" as written by Greg Kurstin Sia Furler

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    General CommentI can't believe no one has commented on this fabulous song. It's so catchy and the chorus is haunting in a strange sort of way. It's definitely my favorite track from, "We Are Born."

    As far as the meaning goes, I think it's quite self-explainatory.
    jasonchriston June 23, 2010   Link

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