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Can we forget about the things I said when I was drunk?
I didn't mean to call you that;
I can't remember what was said or what you threw at me

Please tell me, Please tell me why?
My car is in the front yard
And I'm sleeping with my clothes oooon
I came in through the window last night
And you're gone gone

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It's no surprise to me I am my own worst enemy,
'cause every now and then I kick the living sh*t out of me
The smoke alarm is going off when there's a cigarette
Still burning

Please tell me why
My car is in the front yard
And I'm sleeping with my clothes on
I came in through the window last night
And you're gone gone

Please tell me why
My car is in the front yard
And I'm sleeping with my clothes on
I came in through the window last night

It's no surprise to me I am my own worst enemy
'cause every now and then I kick the living sh*t out of me
Can we forget about the the things I said when I was drunk
I didn't mean to call you that



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