song by Annie Eve
Southern lyrics

Only she on a mattress bed
Flower port filled with cigarettes
And there's hope resting on my chest
Heavy breaths I knew were kind

In the ivy colored wall outside
In the way he told me how things were
Never had to guess a single thing
With him it was always real

With me
I'm never quite BORED with you
I'm never quiet BORED, no way
I'm never quiet TIRED with you
I'm never quiet TIRED of life

In my mind thinking how things went
How I went behind the bar at night
And I think of him the whole damn time
Sipping wine or changing a pipe

Like a boat you are in my mind
On the ocean of my eyes
And your buddies I come fight
And in the dark I wondered why

Outside
I'm never quite BORED with you
I'm never quiet BORED, no way
I'm never quiet TIRED with you
I'm never quiet TIRED of life

So I work your bar and now three comes
His best friend, we hardly speak
And it's hard to find friends in this town of mine

Please don't feel like you have to go
You can stay here
And hold me from behind
I'm dressed to smile
I can try to forgive myself for making you wait so long