I'm sorry that nobody loves you anymore
Not as sorry as we're impressed
Your eyes always undress us
Your hold always arrests us
Yeah, I know what I said, but it's not too late

I don't want to spend my bread here anymore
Just keep 'em dancing, we're not even watching
The feeling's getting older
The season's getting colder
And I don't care what you say, but the town's not for me

And it's not only sad, but it happens, yeah
So I showed you I learned to forget you
I'm weak and I'm crazy and I damn sure made a spectacle
of myself

Well, nobody knocks or lives here anymore
just as soon as you went depressed
Your house you left so empty
Your friends you left so quickly
Singing, "I don't care what you say, but the town's not for me"

I don't want to swing my bags here anymore
The train keeps on going, they're not even watching
The season's getting colder
The feeling's getting older
Yeah, I know what I said, but it's not too late to get out of here

And it's not only sad, but it happens, yeah
So did I show you when I learned to forget you?
I'm weak and I'm crazy and I damn sure made a spectacle
of myself

And so it's better without you and the missing I did before
when I learned to claw at the door
When Picasso's guitar turned multiple shades of blue
I rolled back my eyes and I learned to forget you

But it's not only sad and it happens, yeah
Well, did I show you when I learned to forget you?
I'm weak and I'm crazy and I damn sure made a spectacle
of myself

We're sorry that nobody loves you anymore
Not as sorry as we're impressed
Your eyes always undress us
Your hold always arrests us
Well, I don't care what you say, but the town's not for me


Lyrics submitted by james ahab

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