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​Quitters Never Win

This song is by Digger and appears on the album The Promise Of An Uncertain Future (1998).

I used to think that I would always sort of have it good, and never need to try too hard to waste as much time as I could
I'd never need to get a job, or have to earn a bunch
Now I wish I could just quit it all
I guess I'm shit out of luck
You could call me a loser 'cause I guess I never win, but whoever's got my voodoo doll must be running out of pins
I'll keep walking down the road, holding up my chin
I'm here for the duration because quitters never win
Back when I first met you I was hopeless and confused
I never cared too much about my knack for self-abuse
Sometimes I feel like climbing in to a hole that's six-foot deep
But why should I quit on myself? You never quit on me
You could call me a loser 'cause I guess I never win, but whoever's got my voodoo doll must be running out of pins
I'll keep walking down the road, holding up my chin
I'm here for the duration because quitters never win
Quitters never win