ANTHONY HAMILTON lyrics - Back To Love

Mad

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I'm mad at the way she loves me. And I'm mad at the way she cares. I'm mad at the way she touch me.| At the way that she comb her hair. I'd be lying, if I said it didn't mean a thing. I'd be lying, if I said I didn't care. I'd be lying, if I said I didn't love her. I'm still here. I'm still here. I'm mad at the way she loves me. I"m mad at the time we spent. I'm mad about our conversation. Damn, I'm mad about everything. I'd be lying, if I said it didn't mean a thing. I'd be lying, if I said I didn't care. I'd be lying, if I said it didn't mean a thing. I'm still here. I'm still here. And I'm made about the way she loves me. And I'm mad at my next of kin. And I'm mad about the Sunday dinners. And I'm mad that they count me in. I'd be lying, if I said it didn't mean a thing. I'd be lying, if I said I didn't care. I'd be lying, if I said it didn't love her I'm still here. I ain't never gonna leave. I'm still here I'd be lying, if I said it didn't mean a thing I'd be lying, if I said I didn't care I'd be lying, if I said I didn't mean it I'm still here. I'm still here.

Different Days

JASON ISBELL "Southeastern"
Staring at the pictures of the runaways on the wall Seems like, these days, you couldn't run away at all And even if you did, what you got to run away to Just another drunk daddy with a white man's point of view I can see you in my mind's eye, catching light Sleep beside the river if we make it out of town tonight You can strip in Portland from the day you turn sixteen You got one thing to sell and benzodiazepine Ten years ago I might have seen you dancing in a different light And offered up my help in different ways But those were different days Those were different days Had a girl back home and we shared her single bed When I whispered in her ear, she believed every word I said If she didn't believe, she didn't dare give me slack Or it was “Baby, I love you, get off of my goddamn back” Time went by and I left and I left again Jesus loves a sinner but the highway loves a sin My daddy told me, I believe he told me true that: “The right thing's always the hardest thing to do” Ten years ago I might have stuck around for another night And used her in a thousand different ways But those were different days Those were different days And the story's only mine to live and die with The answer's only mine to come across But the ghosts that I got scared And I got high with look a little lost Ten years ago I might have thought I didn't have the right To say the things an outlaw wouldn't say But those were different days Those were different days

Reason 346

JIMMY EAT WORLD "Jimmy Eat World"
They're disregarding us telling me I'm blind. Trying to rid my mind, and if worst comes to worst I think I'll be first to never be the same. We're not to blame. I wasn't there. Hair in her eyes and it didn't cost a thing. Fell to my knees. Stuck on like fleas. Saw on TV and it took effect. And who were they to judge It could've be way worse, it didn't have to strain. They bound us sleep which didn't mean a thing. Calling in for free. Sick of being down while coming through a fall. I want out. We're not to blame. I wasn't there. Hair in her eyes and it didn't cost a thing. Fell to my knees. stuck on like fleas. Saw on TV and it took effect. Come on down. Come on down. Now round this (chos ) found an (ink ) Where not one trace left of you that's clear where found your face. Dreams and my full Circle K, dreams and my full Circle K, dreams and my full Circle K. That's where your mom can find you now.

What Did You Do?

GABRIELLE APLIN "Light Up The Dark"
Hiding behind all of the walls Running inside, locking the door Nothing ahead No one to hurt You know you can't fall off the floor I didn't look for you I didn't ask for this I didn't need you to pull me apart I've been falling out of control I think of you wherever I go Oh, what did you do? Oh, what did you do to me? I've never felt so lonely alone I didn't care 'til you came along Oh, what did you do? Oh, what did you do to me? Oh, what did you do? Oh, what did you do to me? I'm in the dark I'm such a mess Wherever we are. here in this now So look what you've done wasn't my fault You'll see the worst if you stick around I didn't call for you I didn't ask for this I didn't need you to pull me apart I've been falling out of control I think of you wherever I go Oh, what did you do? Oh, what did you do to me? I've never felt so lonely alone I didn't care 'til you came along Oh, what did you do? Oh, what did you do to me? Oh, what did you do? Oh, what did you do to me? I didn't look for you I didn't ask for this I didn't need you to But I'm coming round to it I've been falling out of control I think of you wherever I go Oh, what did you do? Oh, what did you do? I've never felt so lonely alone I didn't care 'til you came along Oh, what did you do? Oh, what did you do to me? Oh, what did you do? Oh, what did you do to me?

May

JAMES DURBIN "Memories Of A Beautiful Disaster"
Now, May and I were two children just swimming in a pool We'd ride on rockets, swing-sets and we tried to touch the moon And I will never forget the first time she touched my hand I knew this could be the one who would make me an honest man She was like the way she was She was like the way she was Now, we got older faster than we ever could have seen Lights went down on graduation then on a wedding ring We bought our first house and had a baby on the way But during birth, I got my daughter Jesus took away my May And I didn't know how to say what I felt No, I didn't know how to say what it felt like She was just like she was When you looked into her eyes you'd come undone She was just like she was She could love you on your worst day And didn't care about the mistakes She was like she was Now, baby girls love daddy most But they need a mother's care I tried my best to raise her right I just couldn't braid her hair One day she got old enough to have her wedding day But as I walked her down the aisle All I could see was my May And I didn't know how to say what I felt No, I didn't know how to say what it felt like She was just like she was When you looked into her eyes you'd see the sun She was just like she was She could love you on your worst day And didn't care about the mistakes She was like she was But May, I hope you can see what I see 'Cause when they talk about our baby girl they think of you And they say to me She's just like she was When I looked into her eyes I'd see the sun She was just like she was She could love you on your worst day And doesn't care about the mistakes She was like she was She was just like she was When I looked into her eyes I'd come undone She was just like she was And I cannot feel my heart beat Without the thought of her inside me She was like she was

Serpentine

ANI DIFRANCO "Imperfectly"
Pavlov hits me with more bad news every time I answer the phone so I play and I sing and I just let it ring, all day when I'm at home a defacto choice of macro-microcosmic melancholy but baby any way you slice it, I'm thinkin I could just as soon use the time alone yeah the goons have gone global and the CEO's are shredding files and the democrans and the republicrats are flashing their toothy smiles and Uncle Tom is posing for a photo-op with the oval office klan and Uncle Sam is riggin' cockfights in the promised land and that knife you stuck in my back is still there it pinches a little when I sigh and moan and these days I'm thinkin I could just as soon use the time alone cause all the wrong people have the power of suggestion and the freedom of the press is meaningless if nobody asks the question I mean causation by definition is such a complex compilation of factors that to even try to say why is to oversimplify that's a far cry, isn't it dear, from acting like you're the only one there unrepentantly self-centered and unfair enter all suckers scrambling for the truth exit mr. eye-contact who took his flirt and flew the coup but whatever, no matter, no fishin trips, no fishin cause momma's officially out of commission and did I mention in there somewhere did I mention somewhere in there that I traded Babe Ruth, yes I traded the only player that was bigger than the game and I can't even tell you why, cause you'd think I'm insane. and that's the truth and the music industry mafia is pimping girl power sniping off sharp-shooter singles from their styrofoam towers, and hip-hop is tied up in the back room with a logo stuffed in its mouth cause the master's tools will never dismantle the master's house but then, I'm getting away from myself as I get closer and closer home and the difference between you and me baby is I get fucked up when I'm alone and I must admit today that my inner pessimist seems to have gotten the best of me we start out sugared up on kool aid and manifest destiny and then we memorize all the presidents names like little trained monkeys and we spit into the world so many spinny-eyed TV junkies incapable of unraveling the military-industrial mystery pre-emptively passified with history book history and I've been around the world now and I can see this about America the mind control is deep here, man the myopia is steep here, man and behold those who try to expose the reality really try to realize democracy are shot with rubber bullets and gassed off the streets while the global power brokers are kept clean and discreet behind a wall behind a moat and that is all that's all that's all she wrote and my heart beats an s-s-s o-o-o s-s-s cause folks just really couldn't care-care-care less-less-less as long as every day is superbowl sunday and larger than life women in lingerie are pouting at us from every bus stop she loves me, she loves me not she loves me, she loves me not she loves me, she loves me not and 'big government should not stand between a man and his money' i mean, 'what's good for business is good for the country' our children still take that lie like communion, the same old line the Confederacy used on the Union conjugate liberty into libertarian and medicated associated with deregulation privitization we won't even know we're slaves on a corporate plantation somebody say hallelujah, somebody say damnation, cause the profit system follows the path of least resistance and the path of least resistance is what makes the river crooked makes it serpentine capitalism is the devil's wet dream so just give me my Judy garland drugs and let me get back to work cause the empire state building is the tallest building in New York and I have always got the feeling you just like to hear it fall off your tongue but I remember my name in your mouth and I don't think I was done hearing it close to my ear on a whisper's way to a moan Pavlov hits me with more bad news every time I answer the phone so I play and I sing and just let it ring, all day when I'm at home a defacto choice of macro-microcosmic melancholy but baby any way you slice it, I'm thinkin I could just as soon use the time alone

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