Grandmother’s Ring

Pick and choose
I’m playing games and I don’t plan to lose
I wear my Grandmother’s ring because she’s all I want to be
But I don’t know if I’m the kind of girl
That gets all of the things she wants
Paths and plans that end in the same place
A life long kind of lost
A life long kind of lost

I wrote letters to my conscience
But she could never respond
I asked my heart
I asked my cards
I asked my God
But they could never respond
They never respond
I left for Florida
In your stolen car
And I didn’t feel a thing
I looked for you as the sun rose
But I didn’t care about rebuilding

I wonder if I’ll make it to the summer of ‘22
I don’t cry ‘cause I’m blue
I cry because there’s nothing else to do
And I don’t drink no more
I’ve been lucid for the longest time
And I’m so bored
Save me from myself
Because I don’t drink no more
I don’t talk no more
I’m not returning calls
I don’t know who I am

I wear my Grandmother’s ring because she’s all that I want to be
And she’s so beautiful and happy
Maybe I could have that too
Maybe I could have that too
Maybe I could have that too
Maybe I could
Maybe I could
I could have that too
I could have that too
I could have that too
I could have that too