In A Drawer

Album: Why Are You OK (2016)
  • Sitting on a bearskin rug
    Listening to grandpa talk
    The whistle of an odd bird call
    A photo of the long lost dog

    Do you love me? Which one is it?
    We should be living in a warehouse district
    I take the day and the lesson it taught me
    Passing off blame to anybody is easy
    But darling, you know it shouldn't be like that
    Can I go with you to the laundromat?

    I found it in the drawer
    In the drawer, I found it in a drawer
    Took a little time but now I found it a drawer
    Can't go on, no I'll go on (left it a long time ago)
    In a drawer, hidden in a drawer
    I found it at the bottom, I found it in a drawer
    Can't go on, no I'll go on (I found it in a drawer)

    Do you love me? (do you love me?)
    Do you love me? (do you love me?)
    Do you love me? (do you love me?)
    Do you love me? (do you love me?)

    The creaking wood under my walk
    Familiar like an old time song
    A memory when you were young
    Remembering a time long gone

    Do you love me, baby? Do you love me?
    Do you love me, baby? Do you love me?

    I found it in a drawer
    In a drawer, I found it in a drawer
    Took a little time but now I found it in a drawer
    Can't go on, no I'll go on (left it there a long time ago)
    In a drawer, hidden in a drawer
    Found it at the bottom, I found it in a drawer
    Can't go on, no I'll go on (I found it in a drawer)
    In a drawer, found it in a drawer
    You have to go and now I found it in a drawer
    Can't go on, no I'll go on Writer/s: BENJAMIN BRIDWELL, JASON LYTLE
    Publisher: Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd.
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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