Hey doll I miss you, but when I call you, it just rings.
And your pictures, on my wall, speak to me.
More than you do, more than we do, easily.
And I don't blame you, but I sure as hell don't blame me.

I blame your mama, and her batshit.
I blame your grandma, and her meds.
I blame religion. I blame the valley.
I blame the things they probably said.

Hey doll I love you, but when I tell you, I don't hear a thing.
Just the crickets, and the ravens, on the wing.
If that's how your winds blow, will you ever, look at me.
As more than just an old man, with your eyes, to the tee.

I blame your mama, she went batshit.
I blame your grandma, and her meds.
I blame religion. I blame the valley.
I blame the things they probably said.

And I blame them, yeah I said it. And I blame them, yeah I said it.
And it's not right, what they did. No it's not right, what they did.
All they want, is their check. Just a figure, not a father.
And it's on them, yeah it's on them, yeah I said it, it was all them.

It was all them.


Lyrics submitted by Heavenlykyo

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