"Walk Behind Your House" as written by and Tess Parks....
Well I melted and fell flat after
I was built so tall
When I was just so young

Wanted to stay home a lil' longer
In the room next to my sisters
My best friend is my neighborhood
Asking favors for favors
Jesus is our savior

Took it all for the team
recruiting new friends for the highway
gathering up old faces for kicks
To drive us on the freeway
To drive us all to the States

Buyin' Coors at gas stations
And loiter around parking lots
Well

Went down pickin' on these guys
While watchin' all the poets fall
As our bodies decay
By the side of the road
what an ordinary lovin' display

Don't let yourself go back to this pain

Take a walk behind your house
Watch your sister cry
I was a bad person
I did stuff, yeah
I was free
Now I'm all I wanna be


Lyrics submitted by WritesToLive, edited by darkktur

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