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​Learn Again

This song is by Tall Heights and appears on the album Man of Stone (2013).

I never practiced piano when I was a boy
And I still ain't working to perfect guitar.
I never read my lesson books
Like others did,
The way they looked in study halls
While I mapped out the stars.
Sometimes I forget to do
The things that others do,
Take it as it's handed
Like a hopeful kid in June.
So, sometimes I retracted to
The howling wind and moon,
But I learned out there,
I learned a thing or two.

I only know the bills I owe when overdue,
And I swear the lost and found has my estate.
When Uncle Sam asked "where's my plate?"
I said "come in," he said "I'll wait,"
I ran away, I always run away.
Sometimes I forget to do
The things that others do,
Take it as it's handed
Like some bourbon on the room.
Sometimes I'll be up, and drunk,
My problems on a few,
But I'll learn out there,
I'll learn a thing or two.

I knew when you were comin', oh,
I learned your name
And I tried to make it all seem by mistake.
I didn't know the lengths I'd go,
What I'd devote in every note,
I found a hill and built a cityscape.
So while sometimes I forget to do
The things that lovers do,
Take it all for granted
Like a night I'm sleeping through...
So, sometimes I'll awaken from a dream cold and confused,
But I'll learn again to fall in love with you.
Sometimes I forget to do the things that lovers do
I'll learn again to fall in love with you.
'Cause I learned, I did, I learned a thing or two.