Missing Pieces | Lyrics

Missing Pieces

I was in the shower so I could not tell my nose was bleeding
Dripped down my body to the floor right below my feet
Looked in the mirror at my face
I thought I had a disease

And there’s a woman with her fingers in my icebox
She peeked around the corner and asked me if I’m ok
She put the ice upon my tongue
And then I melted away

Alright, oak floor, soft one bedroom door, yeah
Speak easy, make her mine if she’s bored, yeah
And there’s a dry pine ceiling that is out of reach

I woke up and my hands were gone, yeah
I looked down and my legs were long gone, yeah
I felt for her with my shoulder
But there was nobody there

I thought she left a note
Just a rag on the mattress there
And then I notices she there’s a rag next to my ear
The clock was ringing
But it wasn’t nothing that I could hear

Sometimes someone controls everything about you
And then they tell you  that they just can’t live without you
They ain’t lying, they’ll take pieces of you
And they’ll stand above you
And walk away, that’s right
And take part of you with them

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