One In The Same (Beckett William)

Cold, every morning I confess I kick the covers off the bed With you at my side The silence left unsaid While the second hand unwinds So I'll let you sleep instead If you're tired of waiting out in the rain Sneaking glances through the cracks in the window pane And it's hard enough to shoulder the weight Without hanging onto horrors of yesterday Leave the storm outside Let the doors open wide If you're tired of waiting out in the rain You and I, my dear, are one in the same Home, I've had far too much drink And that's my excuse for everything Why is it so cold? Dinner's getting cold You haven't touched a thing Looking lonely by the sink Well it feels like I am sitting here Soaking wet and fully dressed and barely comprehending If you're tired of waiting out in the rain Sneaking glances through the cracks in the window pane And it's hard enough to shoulder the weight Without hanging onto horrors of yesterday Leave the storm outside Let the doors open wide If you're tired of waiting out in the rain You and I, my dear, are one in the same If you're tired of waiting out in the rain Sneaking glances through the cracks in the window pane And it's hard enough to shoulder the weight Without hanging onto to horrors of yesterday If you're tired of waiting out in the rain Sneaking glances through the cracks in the window pane And it's hard enough to shoulder the weight Without hanging onto to horrors of yesterday Leave the storm outside Let the doors open wide If you're tired of waiting out in the rain You and I, my dear, are one in the same One in the same