Put Me Back Together

  • One, two, three, four

    When I walk
    Down the street
    I been trippin' on my feet

    And my clothes
    They don't match
    And my blue jeans need a patch

    It's cold outside
    Is there someone there tonight
    It's cold outside
    Won't you let me come inside and make it right

    Here it's clear, that I'm not getting better
    When I fall down, you put me back together

    What I do, isn't cool
    And my lips are lined with drool
    I'm a mess, since you left
    You can use this fool, I'm gonna use this too

    It's cold outside
    Is there someone there tonight
    It's cold outside
    Would you let me come inside, and make it right

    Here, it's clear, that I'm not getting better
    When I fall down, you put me back together
    I'm alone, in my room, I don't know what to do
    When I fall down, you put me back together
    (You put me back together)

    And when I day dream
    When eating ice cream
    It's such a nice scene

    But then I wake up crying
    I know I just been lying

    Here, it's clear, that I'm not getting better (that I'm not getting better)
    When I fall down, you put me back together (put me back together)
    Right, it's clear, that I'm not getting better (that I'm not getting better)
    When I fall down, you put me back together

    I'm alone, in my room, I don't know what to do
    When I fall down you put me back together

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