Roll The Credits

(Frankie)

I have been inside
My head for too long now
I can see the end, it's coming soon
I must make peace

A dreamer dies a thousand deaths
I've never heard a bigger cliche in a single breathe
Do I need to run through the measures again
Trying to find a place where I can live and win
I'm a pink ball of belief when I design
The inner workings of my mind, man I'll be fine
Just leave out a doughnut or two
I'll always find my way back to you
I'll dream in this condescending blue
I'll find this place between dream or true
The way it stands I'll be your man in an hour
In that case, I'll turn into dirt so you can flower
I'll give you the best of my youth for a kiss
Leave till nothings left that you missed
Will I become a tattoo that gets covered?
Or will I always remain the same and be your lover ...

Baby can we just roll the credits?
I don't think that I need to be this man anymore
And I think I'm going down, yeah I think I'm going down
And I don't want you around anymore

Save it for the practitioner
I can make ends meat but I'm a better listener
Listen your, losing a messenger
The trash can tells the truest stories of prisoners
A commercial would have me believe love is a diamond
Clear and sun tinted and always shining
I don't believe in love like that
You can't go back
And see the same sunshine react
I wish I was able
To forget when you put the ring on the table
Sometimes it's all that I can see
Sometimes all we really want in life to be free
So it goes
Down the river and over flows
Until this mess of emotion drives me deep below
Here I am keeping this firm hold
When it's really time to let it all go

 Baby can we just roll the credits?
I don't think that I need to be this man anymore
And I think I'm going down, yeah I think I'm going down
And I don't want you around anymore

Baby can we just roll the credits?
I don't think that I need to be this man anymore
And I think I'm going down, yeah I think I'm going down
And I don't want you around anymore

And then Frankie realized
For the first time
That maybe, just maybe
This had all this been in his head
Maybe he created this values he put on everything
Maybe he created the virtues that weighed him down
And maybe Frankie could just let it all go

Let go of everything

And so, Frankie begins again.