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Stayed up way too late,
Cause I was worried you were mad at me.
Left the windows open even though it had started snowing.

Bought whiskey that I could stomach.
It tied my stomach up in knots when you said,
"I don't know what you want".

Well, neither do I.

I wanted to get drunk enough
So I could tell you all the things you say that keep me up.
But I stayed home,
Counted spider legs instead.
Spring is crawling through the walls of my basement.
It'll kill me when it ends,
Like you kill me when you speak.

I'll do my best to sort out my head.
Leave all this history littered on the pavement.
I'll stop by your house, but you won't be home.
You're never home, but it's not your fault.

I wanted to get drunk enough
So I could tell you all the shit you say that fucks me up.
But I stayed home,
Counted spider legs instead.
Spring is crawling through the walls of my basement.
It'll kill me when it ends,
Like you kill me when you speak.

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from At the End of South Washington, released August 13, 2014

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