- Bars Like These

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November 12, 2015Fixed by smokles 

Lyrics

Well who's your friend?
And the ways she holds her cigarette and pretends
That she's happy in her own skin
I can see it in her eyes
She's had something taken away
Something earned, something dear, something she cannot replace
I can tell that she ain't comfortable Lord in bars like these
With guys like me
And for three long years
I felt the way she feels and what she fears
And it's hard to be alone
I remember we were together, just two broken down hearts
And you were scared and I was mean
And my Dad said it was hard
To let me make my own mistakes and to watch it fall apart
Nearly broke his heart

Now I may be broken, but I'm breathing
And I'm keeping what's left of me
And if it breaks. It won't always mend
Take back what you said
But you can always start again, start again.
You can always start again, start again.

Yeah I know that look
She tried so hard to hide it but it took, so much
To get all dressed up tonight
And I hated you so much
But now I know its not fault
Yeah we gave it all we had
But it wasn't quite enough
You made me the father you always told me I could be.
But it wasn't me

Now I may be broken, but I'm breathing
And I'm keeping what's left of me
And if it breaks. It won't always mend
Take back what you said
But you can always start again, start again.
You can always start again, start again.

So who's your friend?
We'll start again

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