I walk into the drugstore
And cut the line
I get called out
This happens all the time

I'm feeling impatient
I made up my mind
Someday I'll be rewarded
And you'll say "Of course he was"

I never wanted to deceive you
I never wanted to be mean
But its so cold I can feel it in my teeth
I feel it in the way you sigh when you look at me

And you say
"I can do it, too.
Oh I can do it, too."

Now I'm back into the drugstore
And everyone stares
I can see it coming
Someday someone will find me there
With a knife in back
My fears are fixed
I feel invincible
Tell me how I wound up tearing us apart
Oh it tax deductible baby
Here's my heart
Oh here's the part where I get confused
Cause everytime I feel like the worst comes true
You say

I could do it, too
And I know that its cold outside
I can do it, too
And I know that I'll be alright

Just fine

I walk into the drugstore
Feeling mean
I call my name out
And no one hears it
If I offended you
Well I blame myself
But you can find someone else
Then a train rolls by
And nothing was learned
Time to face my fears
I can hear the gears turn
I had a dream
Where I saw myself burned out
Sometimes I just need to believe
When you say

I can do it, too
And I know that it's cold outside
Oh I can do it, too
And I know that I'll be alright
Just fine

The sidewalk in rows of broken glass
I stand where ships sank I am in fact free
The glowing weekend leaves me bleak
But inside the drugstore I can hear the phone ring
The apocalyptic curse has been called off
And temporarily we'll all sing

I know that it's cold outside
Well I can do it, too
And I know that I'll be alright
Just fine


Lyrics submitted by nickjones724

Drugstore song meanings
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