Cocaine and Rain

I'm moving on to a wide open space called clarity.

You're still renting homes on the strip of insanity.

I’m visiting a new place called maturity.

I'm writing a new story called a different me.

I'm on a midnight train but for once I can see.

I always felt the sun when I was with you.

Now it feels so fresh but hurts like rain.

When the sky clears I can see I don't need you.

I'm different now, don't need this pain.

I loved you but keep your cocaine.

It was all wrong, but it felt so right.

Even when it's darkest there still shines a light.

You only think of me when I'm not around.

When you need something most it can't be found.

You're gliding on a freeway looking for your paradise.

Joni Mitchell says it's paved and buried underground. 

I always felt the sun when I was with you.

Now it feels so fresh but hurts like rain.

When the sky clears I can see I don't need you.

I'm different now, don't need this pain.

I loved you but keep your cocaine.

I always felt the sun when I was with you.

Now it feels so fresh but hurts like rain.

When the sky clears I can see I don't need you.

I'm different now, don't need this pain.

I loved you but keep your cocaine.

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