Hello, It's Me. x4

You wander into the bedroom
You're drunk, we've done this before
You stumble over like 3 seconds later
and kick your boots on to the floor

I can hardly see your eyes
You forgot to put your hair up
I can see you've learned some tricks
from those boys over in Europe
But still, it kinda makes me glad to see
how quick we fall into those old rhythms and patterns.

If you want it, you got it
You only want it when you're drunk
My friends say you're obnoxious
you're not so bad when we're alone

Morning comes,
I know how the next part goes
One last dance,
then you delete me off your phone
In the hallway,
your eyes stay on the ground
Doesn't bother me 'cause when the weekend rolls around

You'll want it, and you'll get it
You only want it when your friends have all been bedded
You'll be outside smoking on the porch
"Come in", I'll say, "I'll give you shelter from the storm."


Lyrics submitted by Hippodrome

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    General Commenti lovvve this song. i think the situation revealed in the lyrics are obvious. it reminds me of my experiences with my ex. :/


    still the sampling is great.
    and so is the melancholy of visiting a dead relationship... somewhat. haha
    nyukkaboomon January 13, 2011   Link
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    General CommentI love the Todd Rundgren sampling, very well done in my opinion. I was watching a movie earlier today with Todd Rundgren's original song in it, and I instantly started thinking of this one.

    I agree with nyukkaboom that this song doesn't really require much interpretation. Something along the lines of: You have drunken sex with someone you used to be in a relationship with, you know they will regret it when sober, but they'll be back the next time they get drunk.
    clintoneon March 16, 2011   Link

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