Letterman (Old Man Markley)

Caught in a whirlwind Everything's caving in Feel the need to take a break Have another cigarette Then it's on to the next thing Thinking 'bout songs to sing Looking at my guitar strings Oh, I watched you plant it in the ground I knew it was a bad seed Tried to warn you, but you're so proud So now I'm tearing up the flower bed Can't stop seeing red Everything you never said Oh, now I know who's a better man 'Cause you wrote it in the letter, man Clearly stated so I'd understand I wasn't part of your plan You gone cut and run, son You were something I believed in All the lies you disguised with your foolish grin Made it clear that we're never gonna see you again Look what you done You gone cut and run So now you're hiding in a sad song We don't wanna sing along The chords are bad, the words are wrong Left alone for too long With his moral compass spinning He went back to the beginning Should have known I couldn't reason With a sheep that doesn't follow through I'm talking to you Now we know who's a better man 'Cause we read it in your letter, man It said we could never understand We weren't part of your plan You gone cut and run, son You were something we believed in All the lies you disguised with your foolish grin Made it clear that we're never gonna see you again Look what you done [X2] You gone cut and run Look what you done You gone cut and run