'Bout three in the morning was a heavy wind
And I could hear the rooftops coming off again
When nothing is tied down well it makes you think
I'm way off track but I'm coming back

Well I sold the car so I could take a train
It was over due for a service anyway
It's fifteen days now that I've been clean
If I get on track will you take me back?

Oh, oh what can the matter be?
One old junkie get locked in the lavatory
So hold on I'll be with you on Saturday
But that depends on you of course
Will you want me when I'm gone?

I've been on a journey from Fred Astaire
Apart from the nightlife I didn't like it there
If I stayed any longer I wouldn't even care
I'm way off track but I'm coming back

Oh, oh what can the matter be?
One old junkie gets locked in the lavatory
So hold on I'll be with you on Saturday
But that depends on you of course
Will you want me when I'm gone?

What makes you weak can make you strong
Will you want me when I'm gone?
Whatever makes you sick can't be all wrong
Will you want me when I'm gone?
And a woman's work is never done
If I get on track will you take me back?

What makes you weak can make you strong

If I get on track will you take me back?

What makes you weak can make you strong
Whatever makes you sick can't be all wrong
And a woman's work is never done
If I get on track will you take me back?
Whatever makes you weak can make you strong
Whatever makes you sick can't be all wrong
And a woman's work is never done
If I get on track will you take me back?






Lyrics submitted by Daremo

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