Thanks for the coffee mama
I could hardly keep my eyelids from falling down
And thanks for the body mama
I'm gong to go outside and destroy it now
I'm gong to piss my ashes all over the town

'Cause this place it is a hospital with locks on all the doors
And it don't need me around that much anymore
And I've been feeling like a penny in a payphone on the shore
'Cause this world don't need me around that much anymore

Thanks for the praying mama
I'm not sure how that stuff works but it's the thought that counts
Thanks for just saying mama that you like me around
I've been more gone by the ounce
I've been shooting back my doubts

All my brothers have found others
And I've forgotten what my friends are for
'Cause they don't need me around that much anymore
These towns don't need me around
And I've been down as the ocean floor
'Cause this world don't need me around that much anymore

The skyline it is no longer my marquee
All the bugs outside my window
They have found better things to sing about
New dreamers to praise
They say "Don't come around just let the wind blow"
Like it was summertime and I'm a sweater
On a southern woman's floor
She don't need me around that much anymore
And if the afterlife is just the soil
Then my name it is the Lord
The world don't need me around that much anymore


Lyrics submitted by HaikuWarriors41

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