"Honey" as written by and Mackenzie Ruth Scott....
This cannot happen again
Twice in a year is too much
Heavy are you on my mind
Twice in a flush, it ain’t enough

Honey, while you were ashing in your coffee
I was thinking ‘bout telling you
What you’ve done to me
Honey, pretending like it never happened
Come over here and let me
Put you back together

Writing just to save my life
You stretch barelegged across each line
What ghost crawled inside my guitar?
Don’t move, just stay right where you are
I don’t need to look I’d know that voice anywhere
Everything hurts but it’s fine (it’s fine)
Happens all the time
Oh, happens all the time
Heavy are you on my mind
Heavy are you on my mind

Honey, while you were ashing in your coffee
I was thinking ‘bout telling you
What you’ve done to me
Honey, pretending like it never happened
Come over here and let me
Put you back together

Maybe some other time then I’ll come back again


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"Honey" as written by Mackenzie Ruth Scott

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    My InterpretationI don't think it's about domestic abuse at all (someone tagged it as such). it's about only getting together with someone twice a year and how damaging that is emotionally.
    ab12on May 21, 2015   Link

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