"From a Motel 6" as written by and Ira David Kaplan Georgia Mia Hubley....
You shouldn't hide but you always do
Because even when you're gone, I can see right through
You want disconnection
You want me there enough for two

Pull a woolen blanket across my eyes
Dream a quiet place for us to fight
Oh no, your heart is broken
Don't you think that's a little trite?

I climb where I can see
You're close but I won't reach
Blank stare at the TV
CNN's on channel three

In the passing lane on 1 and 9
Stuck in sad, car stuck in drive
Oh no, your heart is broken
Well, you can have what's left of mine

I climb where I can see
You're close but I won't reach
Blank stare at the TV
The Howling II's on channel three
Oh, I drift off to sleep
While the snow falls on the screen


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