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You called out my name at the opening party
We met the next weekend and you bought me coffee
Then Brooklyn, and Sweet Ups, and first sips of gin
You threw me your keys, and I let you in
To my first New York City apartment
You helped paint the walls but got dirt on the carpet
But I didn't mind 'cause you're all that I wanted

Ignored broken glass, forgave each small sin
Each time you knocked, I let you in
To my heart, and then in to my head
You bruised up my legs in my one person bed
Your actions fell backside, sweet nothings you said

With every fight, I let you in
No matter how late, I buzzed you in
In, inside, I find you waiting where I used to hide
In, in, inside, I can't chase you out though I've tried and I've tried
Inside

I step on the stage, my head finally cleared
Familiar laugh from house left rings in my ear
I'm scanning the audience thinking you might be here
Haven't talked in some time, don't know where you've been

Security's gone, you let yourself in
In, inside, I find you waiting where I used to hide
In, in, inside, I can't chase you out though I've tried and I've tried
Inside, I find you waiting where I used to hide
In, in, inside, I can't chase you out though I've tried and I've tried
Inside

What could this broken love be all about?
I've let you in, now I can't get you out


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