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The moon's looking down with its yellow-toothed grin 
I'm trying to think of all the places I've been without you 
There're too few 
And your thought comes to me just like turpentine 
A dizzying scent that sticks in my mind 
And strips my soul like cheap paint

Was it something I said 
Was it something I did 
Was it because I mentioned that I didn't want kids 
Or is there some beast in me that only you can see 
That made you change your mind 
Don't answer that 
Nevermind

And all of my ligaments and all of my joints 
Ache and they bend towards your point 
Sinew dental floss for the teeth of your spare time 
And I'm sorry my tiny heart made a tiny apetizer 
And I'm sorry your hunger need a much bigger platter 
Than what these two hands can hold so small 
I went to a psychiatrist, he said as a child 
I had a weak spine with an imagination wild 
He said I made you up and all your love too 
What do you think? 
Don't answer that 
Nevermind

And I'm not even bitter 'cause bitter would be foolish 
If I had to pick a color I guess it'd be jealous 
'Cause foolishness fights but jealousy is all talk 
And I guess this is the part where I wish you happiness 
And may you sprout wings should you be stoned to death 
And p.s. I have a yard full 
And heaven only knows which leaves me to guess 
What boat you were struck with that I seemed to miss 
We were together so little how to find the time to change your mind 
Don't answer that 
Nevermind

And the moon's looking down with its yellow-toothed grin 
I'm trying to think of all the places I've been without you

Nevermind