A man, a daughter, fall of '98
Just three months to see, but "Its Christmas, I won't wait."
Did you tell her that he came first, that without him you can't smile?
I told her to forget you...you're one of youth's grand trials.

I can't believe it was worth it, she hates you now.
Little Miss second to your tall square friend.

You're smiling, that must mean that you've spoken to your friend.
Will he be what lets you rest at this life's end?
Or will you look back and wish that you had seen her light?
We tried to console her, but some things won't be right

I can't believe it was worth it, she hates you now.
Little Miss second to your tall square friend.

Will this be a movie seen... "Son standing over grave. Meloncholy in a
trench coat, slouching in the rain."
In a brown bag, your tall friend is clutched in my right hand.
And I pour him on you with more regret than I can stand.

I can't believe it was worth it, she hates you now.
Little Miss second to your tall square friend.

You always came first.


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