Love (i Don't Need It Anymore)

The Union

Morning light lands on her face
As another day begins
In her eyes there's a story of a lover
Who's been disappointed once again

So she combs her, she'll wash her face
Sing her favorite song as she forces out a smile
Now the song's the same but her world has changed
And everything she held so dear it's all on trial

She said love, I don't need it anymore
She said love, it lies in pieces on the floor
Love, I don't need it anymore
She said love, it keeps walking out that door

Daydream weaver, paints a picture perfect in her mind
Make believe, the author of a story
Where the ending always turns out fine (right)

So she takes a drag of a cigarette
With her head in her hands she keeps askin' why
All the bad luck comes as good love goes
She's cryin' up a river
But that river's about to run dry