“Ballgame" by Kevin Devine
I know, the kid with his guitar, so drunk and anxious,
It’s been done to death, but tell me what hasn’t, I’ll try it.
Because I’m selfish enough to want to get better,
But I’m backwards enough not to take any steps to get there.
And when you realize it’s a pattern and not a phase,
It’s what you’ve become and it’s what you will stay,
That’s the ballgame.
Cause I don’t got room in my life for anyone else,
And I’ve driven away all the people that can help,
And I still don’t even know what I need to do to fix myself.
Moose Blood | Carbis Bay
Let’s stay until the sun goes down and talk about records
Drink until we’re drunk, don’t worry, we are young
We’ll talk about what’s important
Like your favourite Dashboard song
Your favourite film of last year
And where our lives went wrong
Don’t worry about the weather or how cold it is outside
I promise to make this better if you stay with me tonight
We’ll listen to American Football
Sing along to Never Meant
I’ll hold your hand till you are sleeping
I’m so glad that I spent tonight with you
I remember ghost stories that my mother told to me
Walking hills at Carbis Bay, looking at the sea
I guess we’re not okay from all that time apart
From when my father died, I don’t know where to start
How to start to feel ok
Who wants to camp
me snapchatting your girl
The Front Bottoms