do what it takes to make it
through the day
to be alright, not bad, just fine
for most of us most Of the time

wait 'till when she'll pretend
that you know it's the end-
(& i'd say)

i can still taste
your breath upon my face
she's everywhere
i've seen enough
i'll always be
some kind of wussypuff
I'm turning out the lights
i'm wound too tight
can't sleep
been on my knees
so long i can't find my feet

do what it takes to make it through
the day
to be alright, not bad, just fine
for most of us most Of the time

wait 'till when she'll pretend
that you know it's the end-
(& i'd say)

i can still taste
your breath upon my face
she's everywhere
i've seen enough
she'll always be
my little wussypuff
I'm stahling out again
i'm staying up on ephidrin
can't sleep
been on my knees
so long i can't find my feet

molly's lips and fingertips
it's molly's lips and fingertips...


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    i love this song! i think its about a guy who's girlfriend just broke up with him and he can't get her out of his mind.

    Absolutlyundoneworldon March 11, 2003   Link
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    General Comment

    This is my fave DH song. It has so many good lines.

    Why is there not much love here for DH? This is one of my favorite bands ever! Do you not see what I see? These guys could steal my stud dog Henry and I would still love them.

    snohoon April 19, 2004   Link
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    You left out the background lines: "A stick. A stone. It's the end of the road."

    ...come to think of it I'm forgetting part of that too.

    geekon December 14, 2006   Link

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