Now you’re standing in the kitchen And you’re pouring out my drink There’s a very obvious difference And it’s that one of us can think If there’s a bump in the road yeah you’d fix it But for me I’ll just run on off the road But tonight you’ve got me cornered And I haven’t got a place to go
I need to grow out of my comfort with situational love. Every relationship I’ve ever been in has started because it was convenient. The minute a relationship stopped being convenient, I would grow tired and move on. I never noticed when I was young, but now that I live a life where I’m constantly moving, keeping any relationship or friendship for too long has become inconvenient. Constantly falling back into that childish mindset has left me missing out on real chances to be happy. I’ve been emotionally lazy and haven’t been man enough to produce ample effort to care about anyone more than people who were easy to love. I understand now that it’s too late and I’ve broken many bonds. However, now that I know my defects, I can change them.
It’s really weird how sometimes you remember that you promised other people you’d love them always. I have always been much too impulsive with my affections. How many times do you get to say something before it loses its meaning?