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Just One Note, Please

This song is by Backseat Goodbye and appears on the album Nightmares Are for Dreamers (2006).

The streets are wet
The sky is leaking
Got 26 miles to home
And me I'm thinking
About the blue behind these dark grey clouds
And how you used to say my name out loud
But now you're all grown up and you've got somewhere else to be
You'd play piano
While I'd rest my eyes
When you got worried
I'd sing you Jackson 5
'Cause it was simple
And you liked the melody
Now I'm sitting in this dusty apartment
Wishing someone would play some piano for me
Sometimes I wonder if you
Do you still let me sing to you through your radio? with that record I made for you a few years ago...
Does it still make you smile? does it still make you wish you were alive? 'cause I know you died the day I said goodbye
Why did I say goodbye? I would have never learned the word
If I would have known this is what it feels like to want to die
The sun's shining now
And I'm just walking down broad street
Doing my best not to step on the cracks
'Cause I don't want my mom to get hurt because of me
I've already lied enough
So now I'm thinking about tomorrow
And how it's really not worth it if it's not on purpose
And I stop and smile 'cause I'm
Lying to myself again
Just a kid with too many tshirts and a best friend named justin
Yeah we talk a lot of shit
And we can plan a few ben folds songs on our keyboards, but we're not that great, so that's pretty much it
We sing along to Brand New songs, like "Soco Armiretto Lime"
And another I don't know the name, but I'm pretty sure it's track 5
I don't need nothing, I'm quite all right
I don't need nothing else, I'm quite all right
We don't need nothing, we're quite all right
We don't need nothing else, we're quite all right

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