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poison oak some boyhood bravery
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when a telephone was a tin can on a string
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and i fell asleep with you still talking to me
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you said you weren't afraid to die
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in polaroids you were dressed in womans clothes
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were you made ashamed?
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why'd you lock them in the drawer?
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well i don't think that i ever loved you than when
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you turned away
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when you slammed the door
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when you stole the car
Em7(020230)
drove towards mexico
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and you wrote bad checks
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just to fill your arm
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i was young enough
Em7
i still believed in war

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E F#
but let the poets cry themselves to sleep
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an all there tearful words will turn back into steam
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me i'm a single cell on the serpents tongue
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theres a muddy field where the garden was
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well im glad you got away
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but i'm still stuck out here
Fm7
my clothes are soaking wet
Em7
from your brothers tears

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E F#
and i never thought this life was possible
E
your the yellow bird
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that i've been waiting for
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the end of paralysis
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i was a statuette
Fm7
now i'm drunk as hell
Em7
on a piano bench
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and when i press the keys
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its all gets reversed
Fm7
the sound of loneliness
Em7
makes me happier

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