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Walked Through Quotes: I FELL INTO A DEEP SLEEP I GOT LOST IN THE DAZE I FELL INTO A DEEP SLEEP I FORGOT MY TEARS I FOUND SOME TREES AND I WALKED THROUGH THE TREES THE SUN CAME UP, THE SUN WENT DOWN MY EYES LOOKED AROUND I SAW THIS IN BED LIKE A SOFT FLASH I DIDN’T FEEL MY FEET ON THE GROUND I DIDN’T THINK ABOUT WHO I WAS I DIDN’T THINK I JUST PASSED THROUGH THE VISIONS AND THE COLORS AND THE THINGS I MAINLY SAW GREEN AND GREY AND THEN SOME BLUE AND RED THE THINGS PASSING BY DIDN’T STOP FOR ME I WATCHED AND I MOVED THE MOMENTS PASSED LIKE A STRING OF THINGS OF LIFE CAME AND IT WENT OFF I WAITED I WATCHED THE PICTURES IN THE NIGHT I SAW THE IMAGES OF DAY MY BODY WENT THROUGH THE MOTIONS AT LEAST IT SEEMED THAT WAY I WENT INTO A DEEP SLEEP I FOUND A NEW WAY TO PASS THE DAY YES TIME WAS LIKE ICE MELTING IN THE SUN EVERYTHING WAS AUTOMATIC, NECESSITY WAS GONE I TOOK THE RIDE I STOOD INSIDE AND LET THE WILD GO AROUND I DON’T HAVE DESIRE I JUST MOVE AND ALL THE PANICKED STOOD STILL IT ALL HAD A SEMBLANCE FROM SOMEWHERE FAR AWAY BUT NO FAMILIAR DISTINCTION GET HIM AWAY TO FORCE A REACTION IT WAS ALL ONE DIRECTION I DIDN’T HAVE TO TURN AROUND I THOUGHT I FOUND SOME NEW HEAVEN A PLACE WITHOUT WORDS IT WAS LIKE A STREAM OF LIGHTNING PATH AND I WALKED DOWN THAT ROAD I DIDN’T THINK OF AN END OR WHERE IT BEGAN AND THERE WAS NO PRESSURE IT WAS LIKE A CLOUD UNDER THAT BRIGHT LIGHT PATH WALKING THROUGH THE TREES AND ALL THE VISIONS AND THE MOMENTS AND THE PICTURES AND THAT SPECIAL SOCIETY THAT DEVELOPED A SEMBLANCE TO THE WAKING HOURS BUT I DIDN’T HEAR ANY VOICES AND I DIDN’T HAVE TO TALK I DIDN’T HAVE TO LAUGH I DIDN’T HAVE TO CRY I DIDN’T SPEND ANY TIME WONDERING WHY I GOT REAL LOST AND DIDN’T CARE THERE WAS NO DISTINCTION ANYWHERE AND THERE WAS A FINE WILLING I FELL IN LOVE WITH A TREE I BECAME LIKE A TREE AND NOBODY KNEW ME THEY DIDN’T CARE THE WORLD WALKED AMONGST ME THE WORLD WALKED AMONGST ME I WAS THAT PATH I WAS THAT SLEEP I WAS THAT IMAGE AND NOW THE DAYS COME AND GO TURNED UPSIDE DOWN I WALK AND I STAND THERE ALL AT THE SAME TIME I MOVE LIKE A BREEZE IN AND OUT AT ONCE I FEEL INTO A DEEP SLEEP I GOT LOST IN THE DAZE
I FELL INTO A DEEP SLEEP I GOT LOST IN THE DAZE I FELL INTO A DEEP SLEEP I FORGOT MY TEARS I FOUND SOME TREES AND I WALKED THROUGH THE TREES THE SUN CAME UP, THE SUN WENT DOWN MY EYES LOOKED AROUND I SAW THIS IN BED LIKE A SOFT FLASH I DIDN’T FEEL MY FEET ON THE GROUND I DIDN’T THINK ABOUT WHO I WAS I DIDN’T THINK I JUST PASSED THROUGH THE VISIONS AND THE COLORS AND THE THINGS I MAINLY SAW GREEN AND GREY AND THEN SOME BLUE AND RED THE THINGS PASSING BY DIDN’T STOP FOR ME I WATCHED AND I MOVED THE MOMENTS PASSED LIKE A STRING OF THINGS OF LIFE CAME AND IT WENT OFF I WAITED I WATCHED THE PICTURES IN THE NIGHT I SAW THE IMAGES OF DAY MY BODY WENT THROUGH THE MOTIONS AT LEAST IT SEEMED THAT WAY I WENT INTO A DEEP SLEEP I FOUND A NEW WAY TO PASS THE DAY YES TIME WAS LIKE ICE MELTING IN THE SUN EVERYTHING WAS AUTOMATIC, NECESSITY WAS GONE I TOOK THE RIDE I STOOD INSIDE AND LET THE WILD GO AROUND I DON’T HAVE DESIRE I JUST MOVE AND ALL THE PANICKED STOOD STILL IT ALL HAD A SEMBLANCE FROM SOMEWHERE FAR AWAY BUT NO FAMILIAR DISTINCTION GET HIM AWAY TO FORCE A REACTION IT WAS ALL ONE DIRECTION I DIDN’T HAVE TO TURN AROUND I THOUGHT I FOUND SOME NEW HEAVEN A PLACE WITHOUT WORDS IT WAS LIKE A STREAM OF LIGHTNING PATH AND I WALKED DOWN THAT ROAD I DIDN’T THINK OF AN END OR WHERE IT BEGAN AND THERE WAS NO PRESSURE IT WAS LIKE A CLOUD UNDER THAT BRIGHT LIGHT PATH WALKING THROUGH THE TREES AND ALL THE VISIONS AND THE MOMENTS AND THE PICTURES AND THAT SPECIAL SOCIETY THAT DEVELOPED A SEMBLANCE TO THE WAKING HOURS BUT I DIDN’T HEAR ANY VOICES AND I DIDN’T HAVE TO TALK I DIDN’T HAVE TO LAUGH I DIDN’T HAVE TO CRY I DIDN’T SPEND ANY TIME WONDERING WHY I GOT REAL LOST AND DIDN’T CARE THERE WAS NO DISTINCTION ANYWHERE AND THERE WAS A FINE WILLING I FELL IN LOVE WITH A TREE I BECAME LIKE A TREE AND NOBODY KNEW ME THEY DIDN’T CARE THE WORLD WALKED AMONGST ME THE WORLD WALKED AMONGST ME I WAS THAT PATH I WAS THAT SLEEP I WAS THAT IMAGE AND NOW THE DAYS COME AND GO TURNED UPSIDE DOWN I WALK AND I STAND THERE ALL AT THE SAME TIME I MOVE LIKE A BREEZE IN AND OUT AT ONCE I FEEL INTO A DEEP SLEEP I GOT LOST IN THE DAZE

From The Daze by Jandek
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Saying about Walked Through: I GOT A LETTER THIS MORNIN, HOW DO YOU RECKON IT READ? IT SAID,
I GOT A LETTER THIS MORNIN, HOW DO YOU RECKON IT READ? IT SAID, "HURRY, HURRY, YEAH, YOUR LOVE IS DEAD" I GOT A LETTER THIS MORNIN, I SAY HOW DO YOU RECKON IT READ? YOU KNOW, IT SAID, "HURRY, HURRY, HOW COME THE GAL YOU LOVE IS DEAD?" SO, I GRABBED UP MY SUITCASE, AND TOOK OFF DOWN THE ROAD WHEN I GOT THERE SHE WAS LAYIN' ON A COOLIN' BOARD I GRABBED UP MY SUITCASE, AND I SAID AND I TOOK OFF DOWN THE ROAD I SAID, BUT WHEN I GOT THERE SHE WAS ALREADY LAYIN ON A COOLIN' BOARD WELL, I WALKED UP RIGHT CLOSE, LOOKED DOWN IN HER FACE SAID, THE GOOD OL' GAL GOT TO LAY HERE 'TIL THE JUDGMENT DAY I WALKED UP RIGHT CLOSE, AND I SAID I LOOKED DOWN IN HER FACE I SAID THE GOOD OL' GAL, SHE GOT TO LAY HERE 'TIL THE JUDGMENT DAY LOOKED LIKE THERE WAS 10,000 PEOPLE STANDIN' ROUND THE BURYIN' GROUND I DIDN'T KNOW I LOVED HER 'TIL THEY LAID HER DOWN LOOKED LIKE 10,000 WERE STANDIN' ROUND THE BURYIN' GROUND YOU KNOW I DIDN'T KNOW I LOVED HER 'TIL THEY DAMN LAID HER DOWN LORD, HAVE MERCY ON MY WICKED SOUL I WOULDN'T MISTREAT YOU BABY, FOR MY WEIGHT IN GOLD I SAID, LORD, HAVE MERCY ON MY WICKED SOUL YOU KNOW I WOULDN'T MISTREAT NOBODY, BABY, NOT FOR MY WEIGHT IN GOLD WELL, I FOLDED UP MY ARMS AND I SLOWLY WALKED AWAY I SAID, "FAREWELL HONEY, I'LL SEE YOU ON JUDGMENT DAY" AH, YEAH, OH, YES, I SLOWLY WALKED AWAY I SAID, "FAREWELL, FAREWELL, I'LL SEE YOU ON THE JUDGMENT DAY" YOU KNOW I WENT IN MY ROOM, I BOWED DOWN TO PRAY THE BLUES CAME ALONG AND DROVE MY SPIRIT AWAY I WENT IN MY ROOM, I SAID I BOWED DOWN TO PRAY I SAID THE BLUES CAME ALONG AND DROVE MY SPIRIT AWAY YOU KNOW I DIDN'T FEEL SO BAD, 'TIL THE GOOD OL' SUN WENT DOWN I DIDN'T HAVE A SOUL TO THROW MY ARMS AROUND I DIDN'T FEEL SO BAD, 'TIL THE GOOD OL' SUN WENT DOWN YOU KNOW, I DIDN'T HAVE NOBODY TO THROW MY ARMS AROUND I LOVED YOU BABY, LIKE I LOVE MYSELF YOU DON'T HAVE ME, YOU WON'T HAVE NOBODY ELSE I LOVED YOU BABY, BETTER THAN I DID MYSELF I SAID NOW IF YOU DON'T HAVE ME, I DIDN'T WANT YOU TO HAVE NOBODY ELSE YOU KNOW, IT'S HARD TO LOVE SOMEONE THAT DON'T LOVE YOU AIN'T NO SATISFACTION, DON'T CARE WHAT IN THE WORLD YOU DO YEAH, IT'S HARD TO LOVE SOMEONE THAT DON'T LOVE YOU YOU KNOW IT DON'T LOOK LIKE SATISFACTION, DON'T CARE WHAT IN THE WORLD YOU DO GOT UP THIS MORNIN', JUST ABOUT THE BREAK OF DAY A-HUGGIN' THE PILLOW WHERE SHE USED TO LAY GOT UP THIS MORNIN', JUST ABOUT THE BREAK OF DAY A-HUGGIN' THE PILLOW WHERE MY GOOD GAL USED TO LAY GOT UP THIS MORNIN', FEELIN' ROUND FOR MY SHOES YOU KNOW, I MUST-A HAD THEM OLD WALKIN' BLUES GOT UP THIS MORNIN', FEELIN' ROUND FOR MY SHOES YEAH, YOU KNOW BOUT THAT, I MUST-A HAD THEM OLD WALKIN' BLUES YOU KNOW, I CRIED LAST NIGHT AND ALL THE NIGHT BEFORE GOTTA CHANGE MY WAY A LIVIN', SO I DON'T HAVE TO CRY NO MORE YOU KNOW, I CRIED LAST NIGHT AND ALL THE NIGHT BEFORE GOTTA CHANGE MY WAY A LIVIN', YOU SEE, SO I DON'T HAVE TO CRY NO MORE AH, HUSH, THOUGHT I HEARD HER CALL MY NAME IF IT WASN'T SO LOUD AND SO NICE AND PLAIN AH, YEAH WELL, LISTEN, WHATEVER YOU DO THIS IS ONE THING, HONEY, I TRIED TO GET ALONG WITH YOU YES, NO TELLIN' WHAT YOU DO I DONE EVERYTHING I COULD, JUST TO TRY AND GET ALONG WITH YOU WELL, THE MINUTES SEEMED LIKE HOURS, HOURS THEY SEEMED LIKE DAYS IT SEEMED LIKE MY GOOD, OLD GAL OUTTA DONE STOPPED HER LOW-DOWN WAYS MINUTES SEEMED LIKE HOURS, HOURS THEY SEEMED LIKE DAYS SEEMS LIKE MY GOOD, OLD GAL OUTTA DONE STOPPED HER LOW-DOWN WAYS YOU KNOW, LOVE'S A HARD OL' FALL, MAKE YOU DO THINGS YOU DON'T WANNA DO LOVE SOMETIMES LEAVES YOU FEELING SAD AND BLUE YOU KNOW, LOVE'S A HARD OL' FALL, MAKE YOU DO THINGS YOU DON'T WANNA DO LOVE SOMETIMES MAKE YOU FEEL SAD AND BLUE

From Death Letter by Johnny Winter
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Saying about Walked Through: Belle And Sebastian Lazy Line Painter Jane A Century Of Elvis We were sitting in the living room on the sofa, the wrong way round, looking out the window. It was quiet, and then in the car park across the road we saw Elvis - look, there beside the postman's van, and he was walking round the postman's van, looking in the open door. He looked as if he was thinking about getting in, but then the postman came back, and he swaggered off, walked past the window and down the stairs, and then at the bottom of the stairs right by the caretaker's office, he started licking the pavement. Every night now since we moved in that new house there's this noise outside the door at just about half seven or eight o' clock every night. And if we go and look outside the door, Elvis'll be standing there waiting to be let in. And then he wanders into the living room, maybe sits down on one of the chairs or even lies down on the floor. He doesn't say much, he just stays there for an hour or two, watching the TV. We talk to him a bit, and then around ten o' clock, he'll go away again, and not co me back until the next night. There's a lot of lanes and stuff around here, around the house - although it's right in the middle of the city it seems quite like the country, it's dead hidden - safe I suppose, made for night living. There's a lot of squirrels and birds, and Stuart says he's seen about nine foxes there when he's jumped over the fence on his way to Prior's Road. Sometimes you can go out walking, and when you've been out for a wee while even you don't know where you are anymore, so it would be pretty hard for anyone else to find you. I suppose that's why he spends so much time there, that's why he's come to live there, or maybe it's just the squirrels. I read about somewhere that he likes squirrels quite a lot. There's these two videos that we got for wedding presents - called the e-files, e-files one and e-files two about how Elvis is supposed to be still alive. And one time when he came round we were watching one of those, but he didn't say anything he just sat on the armchair. He was playing w ith his collar a bit, and we watched it right through and then when it finished he just got up and walked off into the mist and didn't say anything. the first few times he came round I didn't speak to him at all, I wasn't really sure what to say. And Karen spoke to him quite a lot - she seemed to know what to do more than I do. He had quite a strange manner though, he'd go into your stuff and look through it, then he'd maybe pick something up and play with it for a wee while, but he'd never make any comment about any of it. Seemed pretty rude to me. I just watched whatever Karen did, and listened to how she talked to him and then, after a while I started to copy that, and tell him a few things, not really bothered about whether he responded or said anything back or not. I think the first time I spoke to him we were sitting up on the mezzanine and I said that I would tell him about me and wee Karen, and how it was that we'd come to be living there. I thought he probably liked the fact that we were living there because he came round so much, so I thought he might want to know how it was that it came about. We did it all over backwards, I told him. First of all we got to know each other, and then a while after that we met, and when we'd known each other for about seven years we decided to have an anniversary, and that went quite well, so after the anniversary we had a honeymoon, and that went well too, so after that we decided that we would get married. That's why we're living there now. I used to think my dad was Elvis, but I haven't told him that yet. I haven't told my dad either...
Belle And Sebastian Lazy Line Painter Jane A Century Of Elvis We were sitting in the living room on the sofa, the wrong way round, looking out the window. It was quiet, and then in the car park across the road we saw Elvis - look, there beside the postman's van, and he was walking round the postman's van, looking in the open door. He looked as if he was thinking about getting in, but then the postman came back, and he swaggered off, walked past the window and down the stairs, and then at the bottom of the stairs right by the caretaker's office, he started licking the pavement. Every night now since we moved in that new house there's this noise outside the door at just about half seven or eight o' clock every night. And if we go and look outside the door, Elvis'll be standing there waiting to be let in. And then he wanders into the living room, maybe sits down on one of the chairs or even lies down on the floor. He doesn't say much, he just stays there for an hour or two, watching the TV. We talk to him a bit, and then around ten o' clock, he'll go away again, and not co me back until the next night. There's a lot of lanes and stuff around here, around the house - although it's right in the middle of the city it seems quite like the country, it's dead hidden - safe I suppose, made for night living. There's a lot of squirrels and birds, and Stuart says he's seen about nine foxes there when he's jumped over the fence on his way to Prior's Road. Sometimes you can go out walking, and when you've been out for a wee while even you don't know where you are anymore, so it would be pretty hard for anyone else to find you. I suppose that's why he spends so much time there, that's why he's come to live there, or maybe it's just the squirrels. I read about somewhere that he likes squirrels quite a lot. There's these two videos that we got for wedding presents - called the e-files, e-files one and e-files two about how Elvis is supposed to be still alive. And one time when he came round we were watching one of those, but he didn't say anything he just sat on the armchair. He was playing w ith his collar a bit, and we watched it right through and then when it finished he just got up and walked off into the mist and didn't say anything. the first few times he came round I didn't speak to him at all, I wasn't really sure what to say. And Karen spoke to him quite a lot - she seemed to know what to do more than I do. He had quite a strange manner though, he'd go into your stuff and look through it, then he'd maybe pick something up and play with it for a wee while, but he'd never make any comment about any of it. Seemed pretty rude to me. I just watched whatever Karen did, and listened to how she talked to him and then, after a while I started to copy that, and tell him a few things, not really bothered about whether he responded or said anything back or not. I think the first time I spoke to him we were sitting up on the mezzanine and I said that I would tell him about me and wee Karen, and how it was that we'd come to be living there. I thought he probably liked the fact that we were living there because he came round so much, so I thought he might want to know how it was that it came about. We did it all over backwards, I told him. First of all we got to know each other, and then a while after that we met, and when we'd known each other for about seven years we decided to have an anniversary, and that went quite well, so after the anniversary we had a honeymoon, and that went well too, so after that we decided that we would get married. That's why we're living there now. I used to think my dad was Elvis, but I haven't told him that yet. I haven't told my dad either...

From A Century Of Elvis by Belle and Sebastian
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Walked Through Quotes: AND I REMEMBER THAT DAY IT WAS OUR LAST AND WHEN THE TEMPERS THAT FRAY CAN'T GO BACK BE CAREFUL WHAT YOU'RE SELLING YOU CAN'T TAKE A TELLING NO REASON TO YOUR LESSON IS THAT YOUR SON IS WHAT YOU USED TO SAY NOW YOU'RE CONTENT IN YOUR WAYS, CONTENT IN YOUR WAYS WHO CARES IF SHE STAYS, AND COUNTING YOUR DAYS AND I REMEMBER THAT DAY IT WAS OUR LAST AND WHEN THE TEMPERS THAT FRAY CAN'T GO BACK BE CAREFUL WHAT YOU'RE SELLING BE CAREFUL WHAT YOU'RE SELLING YOU CAN'T TAKE A TELLING IS THAT YOUR SON IS WHAT YOU USED TO SAY NOW YOU'RE CONTENT IN YOUR WAYS, CONTENT IN YOUR WAYS CONTENT IN YOUR WAYS, CONTENT IN YOUR WAYS CONTENT IN YOUR WAYS, CONTENT IN YOUR WAYS CONTENT IN YOUR WAYS, CONTENT IN YOUR WAY THERE IS ONLY ONE WAY THAT'S JUST GONNA END ONLY ONE WAY THAT'S JUST GONNA END IS THAT YOUR SON IS WHAT YOU USED TO SAY AND THERE'S A BEDROOM AROUND THE CORNER HER BEDROOM ACROSS THE HALL IF YOU'D BEEN THERE, SEEN HER, FLY TO THE GROUND BEEN THERE, SEEN HER, FLY TO THE GROUND WAS IT MINE TO GIVE AWAY IT WASN'T MINE TO GIVE AWAY IF YOU'D BEEN THERE, SEEN HER, FLY TO THE GROUND BEEN THERE, SEEN HER, FLY TO THE GROUND NO ANSWER WHEN YOU ASKED HER OVER NO ANSWER WHEN YOU ASKED HER OVER AND I WON'T WORK NO MORE BECAUSE WE ALL KNEW WHOSE FAULT IT WAS AND WE ALL KNEW WHOSE FAULT IT WAS AND I WON'T WORK NO MORE BECAUSE WE ALL KNEW WHO'S FAULT IT WAS AND WE ALL KNEW WHOSE FAULT IT WAS AND WE ALL KNEW WHOSE FAULT IT WAS AND WE ALL KNEW WHOSE FAULT IT WAS AND I WON'T LET YOU GO THROUGH THE DAY AGAIN AND I WON'T LET YOU GO THROUGH THE DAY AGAIN TIME, ONE DAY, GOODBYE ANOTHER ONE YOU'RE LEFT TOO DISAPPOINTED AND I WON'T LET YOU GO THROUGH THE DAY AGAIN AND I WON'T LET YOU GO THROUGH THE DAY AGAIN AND I WON'T WORK NO MORE BECAUSE WE ALL KNEW WHOSE FAULT IT WAS AND WE ALL KNEW WHOSE FAULT IT WAS AND I WON'T LET YOU GO THROUGH THE DAY AGAIN AND I WON'T LET YOU GO THROUGH THE DAY AGAIN DIE, ONE DAY, GOODBYE ANOTHER ONE YOU'RE LEFT TOO DISAPPOINTED AND I WON'T LET YOU GO THROUGH THE DAY AGAIN AND I WON'T LET YOU GO THROUGH THE DAY AGAIN
AND I REMEMBER THAT DAY IT WAS OUR LAST AND WHEN THE TEMPERS THAT FRAY CAN'T GO BACK BE CAREFUL WHAT YOU'RE SELLING YOU CAN'T TAKE A TELLING NO REASON TO YOUR LESSON IS THAT YOUR SON IS WHAT YOU USED TO SAY NOW YOU'RE CONTENT IN YOUR WAYS, CONTENT IN YOUR WAYS WHO CARES IF SHE STAYS, AND COUNTING YOUR DAYS AND I REMEMBER THAT DAY IT WAS OUR LAST AND WHEN THE TEMPERS THAT FRAY CAN'T GO BACK BE CAREFUL WHAT YOU'RE SELLING BE CAREFUL WHAT YOU'RE SELLING YOU CAN'T TAKE A TELLING IS THAT YOUR SON IS WHAT YOU USED TO SAY NOW YOU'RE CONTENT IN YOUR WAYS, CONTENT IN YOUR WAYS CONTENT IN YOUR WAYS, CONTENT IN YOUR WAYS CONTENT IN YOUR WAYS, CONTENT IN YOUR WAYS CONTENT IN YOUR WAYS, CONTENT IN YOUR WAY THERE IS ONLY ONE WAY THAT'S JUST GONNA END ONLY ONE WAY THAT'S JUST GONNA END IS THAT YOUR SON IS WHAT YOU USED TO SAY AND THERE'S A BEDROOM AROUND THE CORNER HER BEDROOM ACROSS THE HALL IF YOU'D BEEN THERE, SEEN HER, FLY TO THE GROUND BEEN THERE, SEEN HER, FLY TO THE GROUND WAS IT MINE TO GIVE AWAY IT WASN'T MINE TO GIVE AWAY IF YOU'D BEEN THERE, SEEN HER, FLY TO THE GROUND BEEN THERE, SEEN HER, FLY TO THE GROUND NO ANSWER WHEN YOU ASKED HER OVER NO ANSWER WHEN YOU ASKED HER OVER AND I WON'T WORK NO MORE BECAUSE WE ALL KNEW WHOSE FAULT IT WAS AND WE ALL KNEW WHOSE FAULT IT WAS AND I WON'T WORK NO MORE BECAUSE WE ALL KNEW WHO'S FAULT IT WAS AND WE ALL KNEW WHOSE FAULT IT WAS AND WE ALL KNEW WHOSE FAULT IT WAS AND WE ALL KNEW WHOSE FAULT IT WAS AND I WON'T LET YOU GO THROUGH THE DAY AGAIN AND I WON'T LET YOU GO THROUGH THE DAY AGAIN TIME, ONE DAY, GOODBYE ANOTHER ONE YOU'RE LEFT TOO DISAPPOINTED AND I WON'T LET YOU GO THROUGH THE DAY AGAIN AND I WON'T LET YOU GO THROUGH THE DAY AGAIN AND I WON'T WORK NO MORE BECAUSE WE ALL KNEW WHOSE FAULT IT WAS AND WE ALL KNEW WHOSE FAULT IT WAS AND I WON'T LET YOU GO THROUGH THE DAY AGAIN AND I WON'T LET YOU GO THROUGH THE DAY AGAIN DIE, ONE DAY, GOODBYE ANOTHER ONE YOU'RE LEFT TOO DISAPPOINTED AND I WON'T LET YOU GO THROUGH THE DAY AGAIN AND I WON'T LET YOU GO THROUGH THE DAY AGAIN

From Nil (Liars Remix) by The Twilight Sad