You remind me
Of cigarettes
Of the way I hold you
In my chest
The way you kiss me
With your filtered breath
I keep thinking
I'm getting over it

Once you had me
You don't have me anymore
I don't crave you in the morning
Or at the company store
I don't use you to escape
In my fingers out the door
Once you had me
You don't have me anymore

But honey, you're smooth
Honey, you're smooth
Honey, you're smooth
Honey, you're smooth

You don't make me cool
And I can carry
On fine without you
You're a spirit
You can't be beat
But when I'm jonesing
Honey, I'd buy cheap

Once you had me
You don't have me anymore
I don't crave you in the morning
Or at the company store
I don't use you to escape
In my fingers out the door
Once you had me
You don't have me anymore

But the truth is that you do
Not the way you used to
But there's something after you

'Cause honey, you're smooth
Honey, you're smooth
Oh, honey, you're smooth
Honey, you're smooth


Lyrics submitted by starboards, edited by jacksongf8

Cigarettes song meanings
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