Our Love, it Don’t Live Here Anymore

You don’t bring me flowers, anymore
and this room is full of emptiness
that wasn’t there before
You can’t steal the time
clock’s running slow
Can’t breathe in here no more
the fire it’s burning low
And I’m feeling like a seagull
that can’t find the shore
And our love, it don’t live here anymore

You don’t jump when we’re winning
as our horse comes home
There’s a vacant lot between where we sit like a wall through the silicone
And a great new space
that’s filled with a black heart
We’re trying to grasp at where we are while our world it falls apart
And I’m crying on the couch above
while you work the floor
And our love, it don’t live here anymore

We turn to the left here
it’s like we’re never coming back
We came to a fork in the road some place and chose a different track
Me, I was gazing at the stars
you saw the light and jumped right in
For all the warmth and loving since
it’s wrecked the place we’re in
And our room is now a wilderness
that seemed all clear before
And our love, it don’t live here anymore
And it’s busted like an old pocket watch that we spent all day looking for
And our love, it don’t live here anymore