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Bob Hinrichs


Well I thought that we woulda made it back from the brink

You went to the shrink, I had a drink,

The matter's comin' back to haunt me.

It's just the sorta thing where you know all along

you were wrong

but can't bring yourself to face the consequences.

We went sick always goin' through the same routine,

There goes another excuse for being so mean

and you won't take it.

We can act like it's all some kind of a joke,

A smoke, a diet coke.

Can we talk about this again?

Seems like every minute of every day

I thought that I had something that I wanted to say

but now I don't recall.

Let's talk about me:

Chalk it up to another lesson learned,

but I ask you if the tables were turned

where would we be?

Well maybe you could see,

maybe you could see, yeah,

you might just see my point of view,

then maybe you could see,

maybe you could see, yeah,

the way I tried to pull this through.

So I see you've gone back to your bad old tricks,

I'm looking for kicks

And ain't it just a just a funny little trip to nowhere.

So I act like I don't care.

Here we go and don't we know the way oh so well,

it's like the way that we want to run away from something we can't tell,

ain't it just like...

So here's a very fine situation

that we find ourselves in at last.

And for all that we've been through

we got here so fast

And I know I need you 

every minute of every day

So why can't I find anything redeeming to say

about the whole affair?

And if you want to be free

chalk it up to another lesson learned,

But I ask you

if the tables were turned

where would we be?

Well maybe you could see,

maybe you could see, yeah,

the way I tried to pull this through.

Maybe you could see, maybe you could see, yeah,

I almost died because of you.


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