sometimes i pray for rain
to come and wash away
what little left remains
and i don't have to say

what we already know
there’s nothing left show
for the part of me i lost
the identity it cost

cost too much for me to
run from us and it’s
your turn to fuck it up
it’s your turn to hang it up first
so i’m staying on the phone
i’ll wait for dial tone

too little far too late
didn’t have to end this way
now we cannot be saved
i am not the same

when did pleasure turn to pain?
it doesn't matter who’s to blame
my heart was yours to cross
it’s too bad you did it

cost too much for me to
run from us and it’s
your turn to fuck it up
it’s your turn to hang it up first
so i’m staying on the phone
i’ll wait for dial tone

i’m fine no desire to work it out
time for you step it up, and let me down
i need you to mess it up so i don’t have to
please just say something

it cost too much for me to
run from us and it’s
your turn to fuck it up
it’s your turn to hang it up first
so i’m staying on the phone
i’ll wait for dial tone

i'll stay up all night waiting for the dial tone
I'd spend my whole life waiting for the dial tone


Lyrics submitted by mike

Dial Tone song meanings
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