|Guitar, Vocals:||Tom May|
|Guitar, Vocals:||Greg Barnett|
My girl she’s a good one,
she’s always on my mind,
she is a rose and I am a stone,
she’s always poking her head out
and striking a pose,
I’m always plucking her petals,
and some nights we fall out of love,
some nights I sleep in her arms,
some nights I sleep on the couch.
Well I spent that night in our past life,
wringing out the years from our shoes,
in the distance you lived with my signature
penned on a treaty that kept our armies at rest,
but I was a pushy little one,
when you tried to find someone new,
I just kind of waited around for you,
because what else was I suppose to do?
I know where you are heartache exists,
it’s when you are alone and when you’re around me.
I saw it in your face the day we parked your car
on the shoulder by the reservoir,
and in my mouth my words did hide
for fear of being recognized.
The Menzingers' eagerly awaited fifth full-length After the Party is available now. The album arrives as the follow-up to the Philadelphia-based band’s widely acclaimed ...