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Stay?They said, "We want you to stay"It all means nothingWhen the dishes are doneNever belong in one placeNo matter how longYour name is on the boxCompelling blackmailTreatise under the bedShoes tied, hat onOut the door like aHell-bat releasedNobody wants you to stayLet them bicker'Cause the dishes aren't doneNever remember the faceNo matter which mirrorYou use to shaveTripping on sidewalk cracksStopping to scrape offThe gum and dead snailsThrow the stick at the neighbor's dogThey didn't want you to stayIt all means nothingUnless the laundrey gets doneNever belong in one placeNo matter how longThe bills come for youHaven't forgotten the faceIt always stares backSolitary, confused
WisconsinHe traded his smile for a paycheckIt wasn't enough so he had to start walkingGot on a bus, said "To Boston"Fell asleepWoke up in WisconsinHeyIt could be enoughNothing works outThe way your mama promisedHeyDon't you have enough?Nothing works outThe way your daddy saidHe traded the paycheck for a sketchbookSat on the street drawing twenty-dollar portraitsShe smiled first, said "My place"Followed her homeWoke up by a street lampHeyIt could be enoughNothing works outThe way your mama promisedHeyDon't you have enough?Nothing works outThe way your daddy saidNothing to trade but the sketchbookStill on the street drawing twenty-dollar portraitsAnother great smile saying "My place"Walked awayStill awake in Wisconsin