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We met Monday night
Where my friend bartends
And always gives me drinks for free
I caught you starin
Were you comparing the guy you're talking with to me?
Then you said, "This place is dead"
I will if you chill
"And this drink's going to my head (Take me home)"
There's still time to kill and this night just started looking better
Chorus:

She bought herself a guitar
She learned a few chords
She wrote me a song and it goes like this
There's only one thing your after
Get out, Get dressed your just like the rest
You're still the same self-centered bastard
Stay out all night with your shady friends
Just getting plastered ]
(Now listen baby I gotta run)
This relationship's just my latest disaster


I thought I was doing everything right
And givin her everything she needs
And all that she left was a break- up note that reads,
But I wake up one morning
And you won't
"You don't
Ever see my side thing" (oh come on)
I would
But everything that I thought was good was short of center
Chorus
If I could


Our points of view will never meet
I'll always miss what's incomplete

Youre just like the rest
Youre just like the rest
Youre just like the rest
Youre just like the rest
Get out, Get dressed you're just like the rest
There's only one thing your after
Stay out all night with your shady friends
You're still the same self-centered bastard
This relationship's just my latest disasterJust getting plastered



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