C-Em-F-G x5 C Em Well did you do something for yourself, mom, F G and get the hell out of the house. C Em Would you do something for your son, mom, F G and stop taking all these pills. Am Cause its cold in December G and there's reason to stay in F G and I wanna see you win. Am You're on the deck of that ship. G Yeah, you're sailing away. F G The sun looks right on your face. C Em Without a reason to believe in something, F G could do most anything. C Em Well that you told me someplace, F G but I can't remember when. Am It was a long time ago, G maybe the first day of school, F G going to visit dad. Am I was scared, but you told me G I could bolt if I wanted. F G I was only nine, but I went. Dm G C /B Bb So go on and make your families proud. F Just like you always do. Ab Just like they want you to. C Em My old girlfriend's studying medicine. F G Would you save my life if I got sick? C Haven't seen you in a while. Em How have you been. F G Of course, if you have the right insurance, friend. C Em And I think if we got back together again, F you know, give it a run. G You know, you were my first love. C Em You're very drunk, and we were very young. F G I'm goin to see this guy and it might be love. Am G F Yeah, I think he might be the one. Am G F If you get married, can I come? G I gotta see this! Dm G C /B Bb Well go on and dig your holes in this ground. Dm G C /B Bb Yeah, go on and lay your tired bodies down. F Just like you're going to. Ab Just like the expect you to. (break) Dm G Am And I've been thinking of moving away. F And now that we've had this talk, G C I definitely may. Dm G C Well, now go on and break your word /B Bb and it'll break me down. Dm G And I'll go on and I'll break C /B Bb every last thing in this house. F Just like I'm going to. Ab Just like you expect me to. Dm G C /B Bb Now go on and make your family proud. Dm G C /B Bb Now go on and stake your claim in this ground. Dm G C /B Bb Now go on and take that last drink down. F And then I'll get you through Ab Bb C What did they put you through!