Take You Back

Well, the TV’s turned to static
And I’m still in bed with you
And sometimes I think I’ve had it
But I’m still in bed with you
And it’s true, I shouldn’t be here anymore
But I don’t really care about that now

All the days that I spend trying
To find out what I’ve done wrong
Somehow seem to be forgotten
When I write myself a song
To remind me why I started this whole thing
So I’ll sing, and I’ll wing it once again

I still find comfort in the comfort
Familiarity has got me bad
So I’ll expect you on my doorstep, darling
And I will probably take you back

And so many times repeated
Trace my steps back to the start
‘Cause I’ve memorized my lines now
You could shoot me through the heart
To protect me from doing what I might regret
But won’t, baby, don’t, just be my sin

And I’m not afraid of endings
I sense no impending doom
‘Cause although you say it’s over
We are still just me and you, through and through
Two kids without a sense of self control
Just the goal of giving in

I still find comfort in the comfort
Familiarity has got me bad
So I’ll expect you on my doorstep, darling
And I will probably take you back

I will probably take you back
I will probably take you back
I will probably take you back

Written in...

2007

Appears on...

Remember When (2014)

Songwriter(s)...

John-Allison Weiss

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