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Wil Wagner Montreal


Well I hope that I can still do it right
Even though I've been taking so long
Needed someone to light up my life and my nights
And I'm so glad that you came along
And I'm happy just holding your hand
Except when we are alone
And I want you to have my first time boy
Cause with women I'm always on my own
And we can just lie right here right here
Smoke our cigarettes down to the bone
Cause you're not a miracle cure
And you're not going to save my soul
But I hope to god that we grow old some day
In a house that we could call our own
I hear montreal's to die for this time of year
And the law there will leave us alone
You can let me down my friends
With cries through the paper thin walls
You know that I'll keep on coming back for more
Cause last night last night last night last night last night
And if it was summer for The rest of my life
I'd be happy sitting sober in the sun
But winter will return and so will my disease
I'll be a washed up drunk before I'm 21
But I hope to god that we grow old some day
In a house that we could call our own
I hear montreal's to die for this time of year
And the law there will leave us alone
And if I'm still alive this time next year
I'll ride my bike to your house
Pour me a cup of coffee and I'll accept you apologies
As long as I can sleep on your couch
And I will cry for you my brother my home
Please help me find somehwhere that I can belong
But I hope to god that we grow old some day
In a house that we could make a home
I hear montreal's to die for this time of year
And the law there will leave us alone
Yeah the law there would leave us alone

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