I'm not who you want and I am never gonne be, but I did my best to play the part, because I know it's not in you to make believe that we could fall in love again. When it seems we both know, good and well, we can't.
I could say what I think you'd wanna hear, but I've got nothing left you need to see. So why is it, after sharing all these years, that you don't know me?
Who would wanna fall in love again, after you know, good and well, that love is not the thing they say it is?
Who would wanna fall in love again? (I've been going through the motions...)
Who would wanna fall in love again? (Drunk and fucking on some church steps...)
Who would wanna fall in love again? (Now I'm sick of my own bullshit...)
When you know, good and well... (You know, good and well, this is what it is!)
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Hit after hit. A spit in the face to those who thought glistening powerpop had no more joy to offer, nor history to develop. Ages extremely well; even though it hasn't been long since its release, when I listen to it, I feel as though returned to some long, hazy past that invigorates and enlivens me. Lavender McCaffrey