Текст песни James Vincent McMorrow - We Don't Eat

If this is redemption, Why do I bother at all, There's nothing to mention, and nothing has changed. Still I'd rather be working at something, Than praying for the rain, So I wander on, till someone else is saved. I moved to the coast, under a mountain, Swam in the ocean, slept on my own. At dawn I would watch The sun cut ribbons through the bay, I'd remember all the things my mother wrote: That we don't eat until your father's at the table, We don't drink until the devil's turned to dust. Never once has any man I've met been able to love, So if I were you, I'd have a little trust. Two thousand years I've been in that water, Two thousand years sunk like a stone. Desperately reaching for nets That the fishermen have thrown, Trying to find a little bit of hope. Me I was holding, all of my secrets soft and hid, Pages were folded, then there was nothing at all. So if in the future I might need myself a savior, I'll remember what was written on that wall: That we don't eat until your father's at the table, We don't drink until the devil's turned to dust. Never once has any man I've met been able to love, So if I were you, I'd have a little trust. Am I an honest man and true, Have I been good to you at all? Oh, I'm so tired of playing these games, We'd just be running down The same old lines, the same old stories of Breathless trains and worn down glories, Houses burning, worlds that turn on their own. So we don't eat until your father's at the table, We don't drink until the devil's turned to dust. Never once has any man I've met been able to love, So if I were you, my friend, I'd learn to have just a little bit of trust.
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