Jenny, you’re a house with a garden view
that I love waking up to
But I’m not the knight you slept beside way back when
So keep your castles in the rearview
And I’ll keep mine ahead of you
There ain’t no way that I’m goin’ back again

You keep one ear to the ground for other walkers
You never listen to the streets
Especially the talkers

I think you found a part of me
that struck you like archery, Ms. Genevieve
And though my arrows aim to please
oh, please, just please
don’t get me wrong
that ain’t chivalry
I’m somewhere in between
two sizes of shining armor
And that sword would never pull for me
so I never even bothered
No my cuts are never clean
In every one I plant a seed
Watch them grow and become memories, you’ll see

I think you found a part of me
that struck you like archery, Ms. Genevieve
And though my arrows aim to please
oh, please, just please
don’t get me wrong
Don’t get me wrong…

Sometimes I wonder if you can see it comin’
between my slips and all of my runnin’, honey, you do catch my falls, don’t you?
So if this whole damn thing does depend on balance,
would you pick me up when the good half happens,
or will I have to crawl?
I think you found a part of me…
I think you found a part of me
that struck you like archery, Ms. Genevieve
And though my arrows aim to please
oh, please, just please
don’t get me wrong
that ain’t chivalry


Lyrics submitted by ryanps

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