In through the doorway, out through the window pane. Wasn’t I invited here tonight? Give me a reason to call your name. Isn’t this the season of undying shame?

Don’t everybody, don’t everybody leave here all at once. Please, those lonely streets are no place for me to call my home.
The days are getting shorter, but my nights are still long. Binging on the border, where light and darkness collide. The swelling of the season, the chilling of my bones. Pray, give me a reason to call your name.

Don’t everybody, don’t everybody leave here all at once. Please, those lonely streets are no place for me to call my home.

If there’s little to nothing for me to call my home, then there’s not a whole lot left for me to be shown.

Don’t everybody, don’t everybody leave here all at once. Please, those lonely streets are no place for me to call my home.

This dirty city, this filthy city has robbed me of my soul. Please, those lonely streets are no place for me to call my home.


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Hobo's Lament song meanings
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