Don't Push Me Out

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Tear down the house that I grew up in I'll never be the same again Take everything that I've collected And throw it in a pile Bulldoze the woods that I ran through Carry the pictures of me and you I have no memory of who I once was And I don't remember your name Park the old car that I love the best Inspection's due and it won't pass the test It's funny how I have to put it to rest And how one day I will join it I remember crying over you And I don't mean like a couple of tears and I'm blue I'm talking about collapsing and screaming at the moon But I'm a better man for having gone through it Yes I'm a better man for having gone through Ever since I learned how to curse I've been using those sorry old words But I'm talking to these children and I'm keeping it clean I don't need those words to say what I mean, no I don't need those words to say what I mean Tear down the house that I grew up in I'll never be the same again Take everything that I used to own And burn it in a pile And bulldoze the woods that I ran through Carry the pictures of me and you I have no memory of who I once was And I don't remember your name

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