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(Lisa Marie Presley/Clif Magness)

It's finally winter and I'm so happy
I do better in the cold
I like the friends who don't try to save me
I've been trying that too long

What did I just say can you tell me
Sorry I do that a lot
Did you know I broke up my family
And the guilt is never gone

Mister did you
Say something to me
Were you there this whole time
Please excuse me

You know there's some who really hate me
Hey you know that's a unique dog
You have a nice smile want some candy
Some people say that I have too much

I had a good feeling when I woke up
But I missed it 'cause I was sleeping
Did you know I broke up my family
Oh the guilt it's really killing me

Mister did you
Say something to me
Were you there this whole time
Please excuse me

Mister did you
Say something to me
And were you there that whole time
Excuse me

Mister did you
Say something to me
And were you there that whole time
Well please excuse me
Forgive me



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