Heading to a party in the outskirts of town
I passed a memory of me
She had her life and her life and her luggage in the trunk of her car
She was staring at the crossroads I didn't want to see

It's never enough for you
It's never enough
And we don't want it, but you do

With my ex in the corner and his wife in the kitchen
Old friends fade in and out all night
In and out, in and out, in and out, all night
I knew them all once but now I know only drinking
As I sit here alone, in Atlanta, on the couch

It's never enough for you, never enough
And you don't want it, but you do

I write and I run
And I scribble on scraps of paper like it's all been said and done
And then I stuff them away from everyone, everyone

I'm filling my pockets with apologies
"I'm sorry"s, "I'm sorry"s, "I'm sorry"s
You wanted me to save you, didn't you
Well, who's gonna save me

It's never enough for you
You don't want it, but you do
It's never enough for me
I thought living somewhere else would set me free

It's never enough for you
You don't want it, but you do
It's never enough for me
I thought living somewhere else would set me--
I thought living somewhere else would set me free


Lyrics submitted by Executrice

Atlanta song meanings
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