Bill Murray

Album: Show Me Your Fangs (2015)
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  • I fell asleep
    Had a dream
    Bill Murray and I were friends
    We drove the world
    From Boston to Japan
    Blasting old Van Halen
    And one night over drinks
    Bill started crying

    He said to me "Kid, of all the stupid things I ever did
    You know, I let her go when I should have pulled her in"
    And he handed me his cell phone

    When I called you were on your plane
    Moving back to Portland for the rain

    I won't only love you when you're winning
    Other fools pretend to understand
    Come on take my hand and we'll go down swinging
    Let me be your man, let me be your man

    A hundred days
    We hiked the coast
    Of Galway in the rain
    And Bill said something
    Late one night in Spain
    And it's always just stuck with me
    "You only get one person knows you best
    And it's temporary everybody else."

    I won't only love you when you're winning
    Other fools pretend to understand
    Come on take my hand and we'll go down swinging
    Let me be your man, let me be your man

    I'm done with sleep
    Imagined things
    Cause dreams aren't dreams
    Til you wake up
    So wake up
    Just wake up here with me

    I won't only love you when you're winning
    Other fools pretend to understand
    Come on take my hand and we'll go down swinging
    Let me be your man, let me be your man

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