I wasn’t much just a face in the hall
That’s all that I could ever be
My mother said if she could she’d have known me
But I got these kids to feed
Someone said to love what you got
And always know there will be more

I don’t know I don’t care

I stay up look at old photos
Another late night company
I see one of me and you there
I wonder if I’m more complete
Who am I to love what I lost
Who am I to care at all?

I take walks to forget about my life
I take walks that last all night
I check myself out in the storefront windows
Half drunk and half insane
It’s just smoke that gets in my eyes
It’s just smoke that makes them red

Hay father, father where you been for me
A check and a letter
Sent to set my mind at ease

I don’t know you
I don’t owe you nothing

Lyrics submitted by iwannabeinjfc

Watertown song meanings
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