Second Story

(Words and Music By Larry & Terry Tutor)

One night at a time this time of night always makes its way
To whatever place I find myself at the end of another day
In a Telephone Road Motel at the corner of Railroad Avenue
I'm thinkin' if I left well enough alone
Where does that leave me and you?

Life is just a story that you learn to tell yourself
The parts you don't like you just leave out or credit to someone else
Put a mirror in the roadway to see where you may go
And tell me another story that I don't already know

I took the right turn back from nowhere
I took the wrong way back to you
I took more time than I needed to turn to someone I never knew
I remember what you said you needed
But forgot what I needed to say
Some wounds kill all time and answers why I couldn't make you stay

Life is just a story that you learn to tell yourself
The parts you don't like you just leave out or credit to someone else
Put a mirror in the roadway to see where you may go
And tell me another story that I don't already know

I'm thinkin' of one more reason to reason while I think
Smoke-filled rooms and louder times, last call for another drink
I made it all the way to Sharpstown,
Thought of you and turned around
Check my mirror and my high beams
But there was nothin' but the sound of you sayin'

Life is just a story that you learn to tell yourself
The parts you don't like you just leave out or credit to someone else
Put a mirror in the roadway to see where you may go
And tell me another story that I don't already know




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