I told you once you were my son because you grew inside me
But who says size has an effect on what I’ll never tell to you
You told me once I was a child as my fists pound your mattress
I’m not accustomed to this trial and error, trial don’t try me out

The way you narrow your eyes at me suggests that there’s some tension
I don’t regret my upper handed stubborn ways hand me all of it
And don’t come down until your chemicals give you permission
That’s how it works, that’s how it works, but sometimes things don’t work at all


Lyrics submitted by RebelAmongSaints

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