I was a worm, I was a creature I get on the ground the second I'd see you You cannot command your love I wasn't a catch, I wasn't a keeper I was walking around like I was the one who found dead John Cheever Hand and glove
So blame it on me I really don't care It's a foregone conclusion
I see you in stations and on invitations You'd fall into rivers with friends on the weekends Innocent skies above Carin at the liquor store, I can't wait to see you I'm walking around like I was the one who found dead John Cheever In the house of love
So blame it on me I really don't care It's a foregone conclusion It wasn't so bad, I wasn't that sick Got taken by love, I wasn't that quick Foregone conclusion It's gonna be different after tonight You're gonna see me in a different light It's a foregone conclusion
So blame it on me I really don't care It's a foregone conclusion I'm already seeing stars in the air It's a foregone conclusion
Writer/s: Aaron Dessner, Matthew Berninger
Publisher: BMG Rights Management
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