Don't bother looking for a chair
Just throw your coat down anywhere
I'm sorry I'm so poorly dressed
I gave up hoping for a guest

You say you got a weight to bare
A cross you carry everywhere
I say I know and it ain't fair
I tell you you can leave that here

I had always wondered how you carried all that grief
I know it wasn't right to saddle you with mine
My life, my identity, I lay them at your feet
And stand here broken in the mirror of your eyes
Until the morning,
Until the morning,
'till the morning

The old prayers written on your skin
Claim you were meant to live in sin
They're singing mass out in the yard
They heard that you're the one I want,
That I want
That I want
That I want

And I'm about to burn alive
You still won't look me in the eye
I'll turn the light out if you want
If you feel safer in the dark

I came to you an orphan, but I'm leaving here a thief
If I can only find the door I'll go tonight
My life, my identity, I lay them at your feet
In just the hope that you'll let me come inside
'till the morning (x8)



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