Your broken heels and all we missed.
The party that we had to ditch.
‘Cause I was ruining,
I couldn’t keep my big--
Mouth shut you flinch in every joint,
You cried until you made your point.
All wrapped up in your dress,
Your arms crossed on your breast.

And I take blame for all of this,
I took you on this sudden trip,
To get myself some air,
Cause you were breathing everywhere.
And you spend most your nights out stoned,
And I’m just pacing here at home,
I tried talking to God,
But it’s more about what I saw.

A sink without a proper drain,
Beneath a cracking window pane,
The water pouring down--
Was flooding our whole town.
Like clockwork I watched one or two,
The marching ants walk through and through,
With hopes they wouldn’t drown,
But the flood was started in the house.

Tonight I’ve seen the strangest things,
A fire bubbling from the sink,
Like that would dry it out,
Like a little flame could fix this town.
I swam up to the roof to see,
Whatever else would pass by me,
But nothing ever did.
Perhaps no one else lived.

I will spend tonight alone,
Nervous near a turned off phone,
Why waste the battery?
No one wants to hear from me.
And you will spend your night with friends,
All stitching up the loosest ends.
But you still fall apart,
The thread was weak right from the start.

And oh but could an ocean burst,
From out my lips and from the dirt,
To start it all again,
I’d wake up in my bed.

Lyrics submitted by DARRRBBYYY

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