Born to Beg (The National)

Crushed on the train, we'd stand by the window Sweat through the hot parts of June We hugged it out and ducked it on purpose Nothing else I needed to do I was born, born to beg for you Later that year in the back of the Warsaw I thought you and I might be okay Spinning and quiet, you leaned in against me Said, "I'm gonna have it all someday" I was born, born to beg for you I was born, born to beg for you I'd cry, crawl. I'd do it all Teakettle love, I'd do anything I'd cry, crawl. I'd do it all Teakettle love, I'd do anything New York is older and changing its skin again It dies every ten years and then it begins again If your heart was in it, I'd stay a minute I'm dying to be taken apart I was born, born to beg for you I was born, born to beg for you I'd cry, crawl. I'd do it all Teakettle love, I'd do anything I'd cry, crawl. I'd do it all Teakettle love, I'd do anything