"The Jade Tree Years Were My Best" as written by Kris Coombs-roberts, Gavin Burrough, Matthew Davies-kreye, Richard Boucher and Pat Lundy....
Sometimes, when the lights go out
I pretend that I'm someone else
I pretend
Like the best of them

If I hold
If I hold my breath
Just to feel from my insides in
From the pressure
When I breathe again

If I could remember
When it fell apart
The broken glass and body rips
That I'm checking off your list

Calling ex-girlfriends
To tell them I'm sorry
Forgetting the next day
Trying to sleep it all away
Just to sleep it all away

Sometimes, when the lights go out
I pretend that I'm someone else
I pretend
Like the best of them
Just for a little while

If I could remember
When it fell apart
The broken glass and body rips
That I'm checking off your list

Another cold December
Spent waiting by the phone
The broken glass and body rips
I'm checking off your list

Calling ex-girlfriends
To tell them I'm sorry
Forgetting the next day
Trying to sleep it all away
Just to sleep it all away
Just for a little while

If I could remember
When it fell apart
The broken glass and body rips
That I'm checking off your list

Another cold December
Spent waiting by the phone
The broken glass and body rips
I'm checking off your list


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