Wikia

LyricWiki

Jakob Dylan:Smile When You Call Me That Lyrics

Talk1
2,761,204pages on
this wiki
Jakob Dylan
StarIconBronze
This song is performed by Jakob Dylan and appears on the album Women + Country (2010).
You're gonna say I told you so
I never should have let you go
Ain't it funny that here we are
The two of us in two different bars

In separate cages dancing slow
We ain't got nobody to call our own
Now you can always go back home
Where you just might be there alone

Now I'm drunk and you're insane
And I can't quit and you won't change
Ain't no halfhearted Romeo
Why do you treat me so?

Like our love's a joke
Hurts too much to laugh
Well can't you at least smile
When you call me that

Now days are harder than you would believe
Ain't having luck making ends meet
If time were money then look at me
I'm richer than a poor man should be

Price of admission oh it's much too steep
For broke uneducated clowns like me
It may be true I was first to leave
But now I'm begging you please

My heart's on my sleeve
And I'm tipping my hat
So can't you at least smile
When you call me that

Not much is certain but this is true
My arms are useless if they don't have you
They hang around me with nothing to do
I'm hoping you and yours are lonesome too

Neon buzzing and here I am
Last one standing, last call again
While you're unfolding in a stranger's hands
I'll drink up and be somebody's man

Angels can walk I've seen it before
They turn handles and they open doors
They act like devils, now you've been warned
They'll vanish when love is war

I'm down on my knees
And you won't have me back
Well can't you at least smile
When you call me that

I'm down on my knees
When won't have me back
Well can't you at least smile
When you call me that
Advertisement | Your ad here

Around Wikia's network

Random Wiki