Je Ne Regrette Rien Ne Pas

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lyrics

I am coming home today and not to glory sway with tail between my legs, but rather face a former hate.
I catch a trophy turning gray.
Rather than polish it or just repudiate, I dust it off and get on my way.
Oh, faux-sis, I’m so sheepish.
I see now I wanted to condemn you for making me a lunatic by driving you demented, but you’re blameless and the truth is that I’m just not compos mentis, and I guess I never wanted to be your familiar.
I just hurt my back carrying rom-coms and a projector, but now I can see you and just let you be you.
Precocious throws your tract away.
To ever think you’re ripe is fruitless child’s play and will plant you where you stay.
Still, don’t pretend you were born today.
You may think your raffish suit will lipo faults away, but suitors split when you don’t weigh anything.
Bio-mom, you’ve done no wrong.
I mistook your subsidence for being gone, but you had every right to be withdrawn.
My weak state saw in him some brawn.
The spawn of denouement, I see now I thought that you were evil ‘cause you were as helpless as I was.
But with half my umbrella, I leaned toward the sun.
Forgetting its fire, I thought it a protector, and I’m glad to have been there but I couldn’t live there.
Flabbergasted they moved past it quite so fast, I made it last so painfully to force them back, when I should have got back on track. (just cut less slack for all I lacked and then got cracking)
You’ll be going home someday.
I’ll be what I’ll be but you will be okay, so I won’t dare ask you to stay or come back to me.

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from Zanois, released February 7, 2016

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