I went down to the field
At the edge of our town
And I looked at the water
And I looked further down
Hey hey should I drown
Or can I swim that far
Oh what do you do when you don't like who, who you are?
Well I know I'm not easy
Sometimes I don't even try
But I wish that I'd held you
Before you said goodbye
As I saw those tears falling
As you got into your car
But that's what we do when we don't like who, who we are
Lost, is it too late?
Cost, is it too great?
In the end, the end, the end
Will we have seen
All, all of our dreams?
Now I hear you've been drinking
Like you're sealing your fate
And what's worse, all your children
May inherit your trait
And I know that you know it
That's what you said in the bar
That's what you said, that's what you said
But that's what you do when you don't like who, who you are
I'll run right to your house
And I'll get down on my kness
And I'll beg your forgiveness
Forgive me now, if you please
And we'll turn up that TV
And we'll look up at the stars
And that's what we'll do when we don't like who, who we are
And that's what we'll do when we don't like who, who we are


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