You threw me out on the sidewalk last night
You dumped my clothes out the window too
I threw rocks at the glass panes and wood
We need to talk I needed a word with you
We made up on the couch on the floor
But you told me I needed to lose
A few pounds on the body I love
I went to work and I talked with a man I grew up with
He said, "Oh, a sad sight you are. You are slowly unraveling me.
Oh, no tears on a Tuesday you need better than what he can give you"
He held me tight for longer than normal
I cuddled close I couldn't believe it
He whispered words in my ear it was nice
But it wasn't the same when he called me the wrong name
I ran off down the street down the corner
And he caught me in his arms
And once again he delivered a comfort
A need i had known ever since i was young
He said "Oh a sweet sight you are you are slowly unraveling me.
Oh, I'd kill for your heart, what a strange man indeed who would lose you."
Oh a sweet sight you are you are slowly undoing me
Oh, I'd kill for your heart, what a strange man indeed who could lose you.