"Weakness" as written by and Margo Price....
Sometimes I'm Virginia Woolf, sometimes I'm James Dean
Sometimes I'm my only friend, and my own worst enemy

But heaven knows what the next one's gonna do
But I never meant to cause the harm that I have done to you

Sometimes I drink beaujolais, sometimes I drink gin
Sometimes whiskey does me right, sometimes it does me in
But you've seen all my darkest shades, everything I've been
Still I can't hurt myself much more than anyone else can

I'm worried for no reason
I'm worried and I'm blue
There's no better cure for it
Than being next to you
I can't hide what I am, guess it's plain to see
Sometimes my weakness is stronger than me
Sometimes my weakness is stronger than me

Sometimes I live in a penthouse, sometimes I live in a shack
Sometimes I fall off the wagon like a train runnin' off the track
But I reckon that I'll jump back on it, get the Smokey off my back
'Fore I wind up back in prison and give myself another heart attack

I'm worried for no reason
I'm worried and I'm blue
There's no better cure for it
Than being next to you, oh
I can't hide what I am, guess it's plain to see
Sometimes my weakness is stronger than me
Sometimes my weakness is stronger than me


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"Weakness" as written by Margo Price

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