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from Pop Psychology by Dan Bryk

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"accidents will happen" c/w "apology for an accident"


you’re sorry that it had to end
there’s no more money left to spend
you did your best
now would i please go away

i trusted that you were for real
no matter how we cut the deal
it felt wrong then so i guess
that’s how it will always feel selling art
check your head
don’t trust your heart

you promised me right from the start
no promises, no billboard chart
no swear words in the racks at the wall mart

you couldn’t help but break the mall
you’re a big boy now you’re playing ball
you’re making all or nothing out of nothing much at all
so play your part
check your head
don’t trust your heart

i know that i’ve only got myself to blame
i ruined my reputation and my family name
you left me alone at the altar of my own desire
and somehow i still believe
that you once believed in me
too much to be such a liar

i heard your song in the movie show
you were paid to play i paid to go
you’re telling me but i already know

i looked up to you and defended you to everyone i knew
i said he’s doing everything he can

but he really should have picked a safer bet
he should have known from the start
check your head don’t trust your heart


from Pop Psychology, released June 9, 2009
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