The Dunwoody Dilemma

I left the airport in Atlanta and I thought
I can’t leave things unsaid
I hopped on the MARTA and after the East Point drop
I knew that it wasn’t enough to just watch you sleep in my bed
Once we hit Five Points, I started the clock
I was going to ask you for the first time about what you wanted to do
But by the time that we hit Lindbergh Center
I decided to tell you the truth
I rode past Buckhead with a little less dread
I was going to finally show my hand
If you were gonna, it would be now or never
I was going to let you in on the plan
because otherwise we’re just playing and guess what, I’m through
I’m so tired of this game and I’m fully over
just getting the smallest part of you
If things weren’t gonna go my way we couldn’t be friends
Past Medical Center, I was nearly eating my heart since
We were getting close to the end
But I realized that when I got to my stop
I knew that more than likely I had to get off
of the train and of you if you refused
My truth, but only, if you, refused…

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