Drunk Walk Home

Album: Bury Me at Makeout Creek (2014)
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  • I will retire to the Salton Sea
    At the age of 23
    For I'm starting to learn I may never be free
    But though I may never be free
    Fuck you and your money
    I'm tired of your money

    And I sit on the curb 'cause it's the prettiest night
    With no one else in sight
    You know I wore this dress for you
    These killer heels for you
    See the dark, it moves
    With every breath of the breeze Writer/s: Mitsuki Laycock
    Publisher: Warner Chappell Music, Inc.
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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