So I walked to your best friend's back porch in the rain tonight; it was black as death. I used to never be afraid of the night. So I knocked on the door: one time, then once once more, and my mind flew with only the thought of you as our tongues entwined.

So you floated in my dreams just when I thought I was healed. Some say greens and cornbread, I say guilt's the most filling meal. So I knocked on the door: one time, then once once more, and I couldn't sleep, touching your best friend's feet, now I don't pray, I kneel.

So I made my own piece of art out in the back, under the moon. It sprung from inspiration, though I did wonder if you'd approve. So I knocked on the door: one time, then once once more, and there I paced, with all love erased, and there I finally grew.

So you floated in my dreams just when I thought I was healed. Some say greens and cornbread, I say guilt's the most filling meal. Some say greens and cornbread, I say guilt's the most filling meal.

Some say greens and cornbread, I say guilt's the most filling meal.


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