* When We're Old Men
I've spent all of my time on the road Sleeping my days away but you should know That I'm reflecting on who I've let go The people I've hurt in ways I'll never know And I never meant to be hurtful to you Please don't hate me All I can say I did, All I could do Please don't hate me for this I've spent all of my nights wide awake Wishing for some kind of poison to take So that my conscience would just take a break I am so tired of the noise that it makes I'm guilty enough without hearing it twice Please don't hate me You won't give it up but it's all in your eyes Please don't hate me for this I've spent every second I've had Counting the minutes and I'm going mad I am redefining the words I am sad Nothing I've done ever hurt quite this bad And I'm sure that I will heal faster than you Please don't hate me I don't expect you to know what to do Please don't hate me When we're old men we will not be alone Not be alone anymore (Not be alone) [x2]
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