I'M NO GOOD


When we got together, I thought this would turn out into something much better.
Something like a fairytale, leaving everything behind me, changing tracks and new rails.
A new beginning had found me, and I’d get rid of all the fails.
I let down my hair and climbed of my tower.
I wanted to settle and share my future hours.
But like I had assumed. Cupid misunderstood.
You and I were doomed.
 
From all the shoes that have ever stood under your bed.
I’m the pair who dragged you into the mess in my head.
The smell of morning sex and that ray of light shining through your curtains.
Leaving it all tonight of that I’m certain.
What else am I to do. I’m no good for you.
 
Never thought I’d doubt this. That there would be anything, anything that I’d miss.
What we had was magic, now I push away your kiss, and isn’t that’s just tragic.
Trying to teach me, that there is more to us.
But I never believed. It’s myself I don’t trust.
But I was prepared. I knew I’d blew off the chance.
I always let go of a good man.
 
From all the shoes that have ever stood under your bed.
I’m the pair who dragged you into the mess in my head.
The smell of morning sex and the ray of light shining through your curtains.
Leaving it all tonight of that I’m certain.
What else am I to do. I’m no good for you.
 
It’s not only you but myself I betray.
So I give you my confession of disarray.
Through his eyes I look beautiful.
But that’s just my cuticle.