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​Concussions

This song is by Cannonball Statman and appears on the album 22 (2015).

I forgot about life; I forgot that I could sleep,
'Cause I wake up in the middle of the night.
I know I do everything wrong.

You're my dog, and you walk into rooms,
And still think I'm alive;
You think I'm so alive, but I'm never really alive.
Concussions, concussions.

I forgot about rain; when it falls, it is the king.
I forgot about snow; whoa-oh-oh.
I forgot about dreams; I forgot even what they mean.
I forgot about space; yeah, I forgot about outer space.

You're my dog, and you walk into rooms.
You remind me that I'm alive,
Or at least, that I'm sort of alive; but I'm never really alive.
Concussions, concussions.

All these concussions, and I still remember your name;
Concussions, concussions.

You're my dog, and you walk into rooms,
And you still think I'm alive;
But I'm never really alive. I'm never really alive.
Concussions, concussions.

All these concussions.
Concussions, concussions.

I forgot about you; I forgot even who you are,
But I remember your face. I remember your face.

You're my dog, and you walk into rooms,
And you still think that I'm alive;
But I'm never really alive. Well, Cannonball, I'm sort of alive.
Concussions, concussions.