6ix am

Recorded at Glass Planet Studios with producer Krys Keylor in 2006/07

wise men would know when to say thank you but i've had my fill

you let me push you away and still  you're my favourite pill.

that i would take when i'm down, down on my luck, down on my will.

down on my knees, down on the floor, hanging by my window sill.

 

so this is today, etched by the hem of your voice.

careful of what you might say, regret's the benefit of choice.

so let's go back to the days when we could hang with the boys

yeah lovers love, fighters fight, c'mon let's go make some noise.

 

   if i say i don't miss you, then know it's a lie.

   and if i try not to kiss you. then at least know /believe me, i tried. 

   it's when your hands reach my hands

      we leave this whole scene behind

 

when will i learn not to say all the thoughts in my head.

that push me closer into the man i had left for dead

the seedless words of my youth different thoughts, different times.

you were her and i was him and they were out of our minds. 

 

six o'clock in the morning and will you listen again

cause it's been 100 years and counting and i'm still counting my friend.

when you think back to the day do you still think of "the bends"?

i know i do and then i smile and (yeah) i give it a spin.

   if i say i don't miss you, then know it's a lie.

   and if i try not to kiss you. then at least know /believe me, i tried. 

     when your lips touch my lips

      we leave this whole scene behind.

 

   if i say i don't miss you, then know it's a lie.

   and if i try not to kiss you. only God knows i've tried. 

     when your lips touch my lips

      we leave this whole scene behind.

wise men would know when to say thank you but i've had my fill

you let me push you away and still  you're my favourite pill.

words music robb

feb 17 2003

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