Stumblin' (Slobberbone)

So I picked a fight with Jesus Christ Now I'm thinkin' I was wrong When you pick a fight with the Prince of Peace You won't last for long It's a one-lane highway straight to Hell And I've driven it so many times You can bet I know it well He said, "Trust in me, I'm the King of kings And you, my friend, are in a rut" But what I was looking for was the king of beers So I said, "Won't you be my bud" It's a back-slide spiral, I'm drownin' fast But if this is my last drownin' chance You can bet, I'll make it last, can't you see? I once called you my friend, now I'm stumblin' once again I'm slurrin' words and I'm bustin' bottles over the heads of saints And I know it's been so long, but I still see you when you're gone I still feel the weight of that look upon your face almost every day Now I'm stumblin' like some drunken preacher Drooling on his vest I'm mumblin' like some old proud bum Who swears he knew him best It's a back-slide spiral, I'm drownin' fast But if this is my last drownin' chance You can bet I'll make it last, can't you see? I once called you my friend, now I'm stumblin' once again I'm slurrin' words and I'm bustin' bottles over the heads of saints And I know it's been so long, but I still see you when you're gone I still feel the weight of that look upon your face almost every day God knows it's true and so do you That something's got to change But if change is really all around me I think I'll stay the same What's the point in change when nothing lasts? I once could keep myself afloat But now I'm sinkin' fast, can't you see? I once called you my friend, now I'm stumblin' once again I'm slurrin' words and I'm bustin' bottles over the heads of saints And I know it's been so long, but I still see you when you're gone I still feel the weight of that look upon your face almost every day And I once called you my friend, now I'm stumblin' once again I'm slurrin' words and I'm bustin' bottles over the heads of saints And I know it's been so long, but I still see you when you're gone I still feel the weight of that look upon your face almost every day