"Rewind" as written by and Timothy E Easton....
Jimmy's got this thing for my woman
Well she's not really mine, she's just all that I have

She drives me to work in the morning
I wash her dishes at night
Together we are something
Together always fighting like lovers

You know every single day we love and hate each other
I am sane 'cause I told myself so
Quite sane as I watch her walk around the bar
She buys my friends drinks because they love and love to drink
She is weak or at least she tells them so
She is tired of letting me spend the night
And when I look into her eye she tells me go and get a life
So I kill myself each and every night hey, hey
And I don't even know what I want
Or maybe what I want is what you hate
And what you hate more is all of your friends
Telling you how to live your life
Because nobody knows, just you, you and I
Now rewind, let me watch it all over... all over

If I build a world on top of your word then we'll have a running game
if this game should ever end
Then I will know that it's time for bed
But you don't sleep tight when you've been alone too long
So turn to me now and rest your face in my hand
Because even they, they will never really know
What does sink and what does float
So as you lay down next to me
Well I pray your memory to keep on rewind, rewind
Rewind, now recline, said rewind
Let me watch it all over, all over
It's all over

Jimmy's got this thing for my woman
Well she's not really mine she's just all that I have
She drive, drives me to work in the morning
I wash her dishes at night
Together we are something
Together always fighting like lovers
You know every single day we love and hate each other
But now Jimmy's got this thing for my woman
Well she's never been mine, we've just killed a lot of time together




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"Rewind" as written by Timothy E Easton

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