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John Davey - Spent Lyrics

  • I’m all spent like a crumpled dollar note
  • Or the hull of your old rowboat
  • When it’s tethered to the end of the dock
  • For a dozen years or so
  • My clothes wore out all around the same time
  • I feel like I’ve been nickeled and dimed
  • So darling, if you’d be so kind
  • Find a needle and thread and help me mend what’s mine
  • ‘cause I’ve got holes in the bottoms of my shoes
  • From chasing after you
  • And pieces of them left behind
  • Down on twenty-seven state lines
  • I’m all spent like the end of a season
  • Tired for all the right reasons
  • The return on my exchange is much, much more
  • Than you could even ever believe in
  • I left little bits of my heart
  • Scattered out among the Ozarks
  • On the shores of many northern lakes
  • And Louisiana in the dark
  • I swear, I almost fell apart
  • Using up the sum of my parts
  • I’m all tired and I’m worn out
  • From chasing you through so many towns
  • But my dreams never seem to slow down
  • I’ve got holes in the bottoms of my shoes
  • I’m tuckered out and bruised
  • But I swear, one day, I will catch up with you

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