Blackbird (Dido)

He put the coffee in the cup and with milk he filled it up He added sugar and I never knew he liked it like that He took his coat from the hook and his scarf and his hat And he put down a key and said I won't be needing that And he turned and smiled and said that explained it all And he walked down the hall and he opened the door And said I'll call, I'll call Why do I bring you love When all you give me back is pain? Why do we search it out To watch you wash your hands and walk away? Now there's a black black blackbird in my chest All the flutter, it all caged in Wanting to break free with the wolves in my head You're tearing every words that I should have said Why do I bring you love When all you give me back is pain? Why do we search it out To watch you wash your hands and walk away? We're like the strangers we were When we first met But the kind of strangers at the end And all that remains is a day without plans The loneliness and love ever outside Why do I bring you love When all you give me back is pain? Why do we search it out To watch you wash your hands and walk away? Why do I bring you love When all you give me back is pain? Why do we search it out To watch you wash your hands and walk away?