Tough Calls In Inmann Square

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lyrics

I stay up drinking that brown water,
I can hear cab calling out my name.
I can't stand so why even bother.
I swear to god I'm going fucking insane.
It's nights like these that make me look through my phone
Wondering who I can call to take my mind off the fact
That I haven't got anywhere to go at all.


And I can't stop shaking,
I think the drugs finally wore off,
And I can't stop thinking that it's so fucking cold in this town


(In this town) and I know (and I know)
that it's not what I deserve, it's how much I can afford.


Bukowski's is closing, I finish my drink,
There's a cigarette calling my name,
My head is pounding I can't even think,
I swear to god I'm going fucking insane.


And I can't stop shaking,
I think the drugs finally wore off,
And I can't stop thinking that it's so fucking cold in this town


(In this town) and I know (and I know)
that it's not what I deserve, it's how much I can afford.
and I know (and I know) in this town (in this town)
that it's not what I deserve, it's how much I can afford.
I can afford.


and I know (and I know) in this town (in this town)
that it's not what I deserve, it's how much I can afford.
and I know (and I know) in this town (in this town)
that it's not what I deserve, it's how much I can afford.

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from Day Jobs, released October 16, 2015

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