Amanda Palmer - Another Year: A Short History Of Almost Something Lyrics




I tried to fall in it again
My friends took bets and disappeared
They mime their sighing violins
I think I'll wait another year

I want my chest pressed to your chest
My nervous systems interfere
Ten or eleven months have passed
I think I'll wait another year

This weather turns my tricks to rust
I am a lousy engineer
The winter makes things hard enough
I think I'll wait another year

Plus I'm only twenty-six years old
My grandma died at eighty-three
That's lots of time if I don't smoke
I think I'll wait another year

I'm not as callous as you think
I barely breath when you are near
It's not as bad when I don't drink
I think I'll wait another year

I have my new Bill Hicks CD
I have my friends and my career
I'm getting smaller by degrees
You said you'd help me disappear

But that could take forever
I think I'll wait another year
It'll be the best year ever
I think I'll wait another year
Can't we just wait together?
You bring the smokes, I'll bring the beer
I think I'll wait another year





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Amanda Palmer Another Year: A Short History Of Almost Something Comments
  1. Débora Borges

    oh my GOD, this HURTS. x_x

  2. Mitchell Pennell

    Because it tugs on heart strings; I blame social psychology. They're always playing melodic piano songs during sad scenes in movies and tv so now we associate those sounds with sadness. This is a bit of a sad song but it is also tragically beautiful piano! Very good song.

  3. Klownkandi1992

    why do all of her slow piano songs make me cry? :C...

    PowerBread

    it's the piano that gets me