Hey Lover

Album: Guy Walks Into a Bar... (2019)
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  • Hey lover
    I could be like any other
    And if another
    Tries to come and blow my cover
    You would mutter
    Hey fucker
    There could be no any other
    Than my lover
    He's my one and only other
    Right lover?
    Yeah baby
    You could drive me fucking crazy
    With your waist, see
    I'm a sucker and I crave thee
    Am I crazy?
    No honey
    I will give you all my money
    Ain't it funny
    That it seems nothing but scummy
    [?] honey

    If this is the end
    How can we be sure
    That we found out everlasting love?
    The things that we said
    Have flown out the door
    Don't you know we've done this all before?
    Now we're crying

    Crying, crying
    Crying, crying

    Hey lover
    I could be your one and only
    If you're lonely
    All you've got to do is hold me
    Listen closely
    Oh darling
    Every touch is so disarming
    Is it charming
    That I find you quite alarming
    Would you haunt me?
    No never
    You're the one true thing I treasure
    And I'd never
    Do a damn thing that would sever
    Our forever
    And momma
    I been fucked up, so unstable
    And unable
    To get up and turn the tables
    This is turning fatal

    We can't pretend
    No not anymore
    Don't know how we've wasted
    All our love
    But now as in then
    We've been here before
    On our way to everlasting love
    Now we're crying

    Crying, crying
    Crying, crying

    All the nights that we've spent talking
    Kept me up for days
    Scream and shout until you have me, crying
    Don't look back girl, just keep walking
    I can take the pain
    [?] 'cause now you've got me

    Crying, crying
    Crying, crying
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