Debt

Eliza McLamb

[Verse 1]
You didn't care enough to end it, so I did
You almost slept through the breakup
The sound of dorm dryers in the basement kept your head up
I said, "I'm done washing your sheets"

[Pre-Chorus]
You won't return my calls about my 80 dollars
Will I get it back? Will I see you?
It's just a monetary exchange to me
If you mailed it'd be the same to me
But I hope you put it in my hands

[Chorus]
I suppose you don't owe me any more than the money
But I'd trade it in an instant for a sign
I know I'm not what you wanted
But was I for a while?

[Verse 2]
I had to drag your weighted blanket
Across campus on the coldest day of March
I had to get it out from underneath my bed
Left it at the door in a tote bag, went to buy a pack of light blue cigarettes

[Pre-Chorus]
I walked through traffic to the tidal basin
Smoked 'til I forgot the taste of you
I know it's reductive but it's true
I'm not trying to be cool about it
I wasted all that energy on you

[Chorus]
I suppose you don't owe me any more than the money
But I'd trade it in an instant for all my time
I know you're not what I need
But I thought you were for a while


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