Currency can ruin friendships;
A mattress will do it too
And you know that it's time to be leaving
When the stuff in your cup is controlling you

I'm on a raft of brand new beginnings
Won't be a sports car in three feet of grass
And like a cupboard of bills I am waiting
I'm just waiting to see if this thing will last

I wanna ride through the marshes
There's things I should do
I wanna ride through the marshes but
Without you

On a raft of brand new beginnings
Won't be a sports car in three feet of grass
And like a cupboard of bills I am waiting
I'm just waiting to see if this thing will last

Could it last?

Well it's hard to be in this together
But we both know that it's hard apart
And it's a storm I am willing to weather
But it's a storm that I
Recognise

On a raft of brand new beginnings
Won't be a sports car in three feet of grass
And like a cupboard of bills I am waiting
I'm just waiting to see if this thing will last

Could it last?
Could it last?
Could it last?


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    General Commenti love the first two lines, obviously it means money disputes between two friends can lead to fall outs and also if you sleep with your friend your friendship can never be the same
    Hazzagggon July 20, 2013   Link

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