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Parked outside a roadside motel room
A husband slips off his ring
There's a woman inside that makes her living off guys like him
Sipping on a glass of cheap champagne

She opens that door, he shuts those blinds
She takes his handful of money and he crosses that line

In a moment of weakness everything changes
No, you can't run away and you can't go back
It's a life full of regrets you can't see in your head
In a moment of weakness

Three white lines cut real fine on a mirrored glass
With the music playing loud
An eighteen year old fights the urge to feel the rush
No, he can't turn it down

Well, he's never fit in, she takes that dare
And he's been fighting that habit now for two long years

In a moment of weakness everything changes
No, you can't run away and you can't go back
It's a life full of regrets you can't see in your head
In a moment of weakness

We all fall down
Some get up, some stay on the ground
God if we could just remember somehow

In a moment of weakness everything changes
No, you can't run away and you can't go back
It's a life full of regrets you can't see in your head
In a moment of weakness
In a moment of weakness



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