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I finally saw the dust that I let settle,
realized all the time I should have spent.
She left her bitter heart wrapped round the back door of the house,
in a letter that said:

I'm not leaving you forever,
I'm only leaving for a month.
So call me when you're sober
and I'll call you on your bluff.
All you ever talk about is changing people's minds,
I wish that you would try and change mine.

There's a whole big world I never knew about.
Canyon walls and city lights for me to hide my doubts.
I packed the van and left with your words burning through my mind,
over every state line.

I'm not leaving you forever,
I'm only leaving for a month.
So call me when you're sober
and I'll call you on your bluff.
All you ever talk about is changing people's minds,
I wish that you would try and change mine.

It's been three years since I heard from you last.
You got lost in New York City with no plans of getting back.
Said you don't miss fighting and the uncertainty
that came with loving me.

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from I'm Sorry Conor / I'm Sorry Grace, released April 30, 2016

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