The Next Four Months
G D Em C Maybe we could break your ankle, clean and unsuspiciously. G D An ER trip, a doctor's slip, Em C G Am and you could share your pills with me. C G D G Won't it feel so good, though, when we're lying, C G D side by side, can't move, and I'm not trying? Em G C 2000 milligrams each. G D Em C A hotel by the pharmacy with drinking straws in toothpaste tubes. G D Em C G Am Stash them with your toiletries and I will share my pills with you. C G D G Little Michael sleeping in the child safety seat, C G D lying with the windows rolled up, in the August heat. Em G C 3000 milligrams each, Em G C 4000 milligrams. G D We're driving down the interstate, Em C you're feeling great, you scratch your wrist, G D Em C G Am and we pretend your kids, your husband, all you left does not exist. C G D G And in some motel that night we're lying, C G D I can barely whisper it's like dying. Em G C Baby, do you know what I mean? Em G C Well baby, did you hear me? Em G C Well baby, you fell asleep. G D Em C I know I'm weak, I won't deny we'll see our trial sometime soon. G D But when i know we're fucked, Em C G Am I'll halve the pile and share my pills with you. C G Cause we've felt fully in our bodies, Am F and we've felt totally alive, C G so we're prepared to float above this Am F C Dm dirty bed where we both lie. F C Dm F C Where we lie, lie, lie. Will we be fine? F Em C Not this time.